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  1. Found stages but not a match book. Is there one located somewhere?
  2. Was thinking of automating my super 1050 in .45 ACP. I don't sort out SPP as I catch it all with the swager. I will sort if I automate but I am sure some will sneak by me. So how do you guys with auto 1050 prevent this from happening?
  3. Get Ben Stoeger's dry fire book and you'll learn most of what you need to know about dry fire. Then test yourself in live fire with his skills and drills live fire book. If you want to improve its the best investment you can make.
  4. Thanks for the replies, but Question: I am in for trouble going much lower, e.g., 5.7 gr for 230gr Bayou, to get low 170s pf? Anybody else running below Hodgens starting load, i.e., 6.1 gr LRN, for this type combo?
  5. Down to Autocomp for .45 ACP and 230 grain Bayou bullets. Load to 1.26" OAL with .470" crimp. Started at Hodgens starting load for LRN which was 6.1 grains --way too hot. Dropped to 5.86 grains (average of numerous throws at current setting) and still running 181pf. Question: I am in for trouble going much lower to get low 170s pf? Anybody else running below Hodgens starting load for this type combo?
  6. I've been through almost all the SS pouches for USPSA. The DAA were the best for me. Tried them bullet nose out and have never looked back. Had to drill my own holes in them to set up nose out (they have a video for it). Stoeger sells them now on his website with the holes all drilled so u can easily test reg vs nose out. Yes, it is a toss up on pouches...I have some double stack plastic DAA's that are not being used...are the Single Stacks a little more sturdy? Yes they are. I had started with the plastic double stacks and the insert for SS. Much happier with the SS dedicated ones.
  7. I've been through almost all the SS pouches for USPSA. The DAA were the best for me. Tried them bullet nose out and have never looked back. Had to drill my own holes in them to set up nose out (they have a video for it). Stoeger sells them now on his website with the holes all drilled so u can easily test reg vs nose out.
  8. Did as Adam said; click browse but there are no files to update the firmware that I can locate.
  9. I've really tested it hard the last two weeks in dry fire. Within about 30 min it was becoming pretty natural. What I have noticed is that in swinging my hand down to the mag, my thumb hits the side of the mag and my index finger naturally slides/hits the front of the mag and I seem to get the same grip on the mags all the way through the pouches. With bullets forward I struggled to get the same consistent grip or position on a mag as I worked through the pouches. I'm getting all six pouches in about the same real estate as I was with about 3.5 pouches bullets forward. An added plus I noticed is that the mags are farther away from my body so in cool weather I am not getting my shirt or jacket tangled up with the mags.
  10. Is anyone having any luck finding powder for their .45 loads?
  11. I just rotated my DAA SS pouches to bullets out. Pic bellow. Curious what distance others who have done this have between each of their pouches. Much closer for me and it seemed like I was grabbing two mags sometimes.
  12. You can buy lighter springs. Try Dawson Precision.
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