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Unibrain

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    Jim Boone

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  1. Area 1 and Oregon State used the Bluetooth printers. Both had to receive approval from Mike to go paperless.
  2. I’ll give the transition drill a go and track how it changes things.
  3. I have a problem and am looking for help. When I shoot a three target array I have a tendancy to shoot 2A - 2C (one on either side of the A) and 2C/1C-1A (usually on the inside edge). This is more pronounced the closer the array. I know I'm rushing and am having problems breaking through and making it stop. If I "slow down" and watch the dot I can get all A or A and close C but the HF is lower than when I shoot at what seems like match speed to me. I know I need to fix this because the other A/M/G can shoot the same array with a higher HF and it's the points that set is apart. Other than practicing a 3 target array, is there another drill than can help me focus on the right things? jim - A/Open
  4. Another suggestion. I had an STI with a plastic grip and the STI insert. When I changed guns to an Atlas with a steel grip it hung sometimes. Changed to the SV insert and all is better.
  5. And you will love every minute of it. Back to the question. I tried a less expensive gun and it was a disaster. I traded it for an Atlas and it's been rock solid. As others have said there are other gun builders that make quality guns. I suggest going with a well known and respected gunsmith, getting some good mags from the builder, and find a bullet profile that works. And we do have cookies
  6. I have two Brazos Edges in .40 that I love to shoot. Both have just under 10k rounds and never had a problem.
  7. Reviving a long lost thread. From what I've gleaned from the thread - Use a separate 9mm and .40 toolhead, dies, expander, powder - Use the 9mm Shell Plate (#5 shell plate) - Use the #3 Pins for 9mm and the #2 pins for .40 -Question: What about the Casefeed Plunger? Can one plunger be used for both and if so which one?
  8. My MBX mags ran great from the beginning. After 6 months I swapped to new MBX springs and they run great. Why change what works?
  9. Before you start grinding, if you remove the grips do you still have the problem? If not then the grip is getting in the way. As others have said, if you need to fit something then fit the less expensive part to the more expensive part.
  10. I do the same thing. I’ve been shooting a lot of speed steel with a .22 and I can get away with the chop. Might be time to set aside the .22 and focus on the open gun.
  11. I haven't figured out what the rental fee will be. We figure somewhere between 700-800 rounds for the two days. Observations: Makeup on steel, you know how to fix that. Forgetting stage plan(s), again you know how to fix that. The two obvious ones on the video and shooting off plan on stage 4. It worked out but it's not what you wanted to do. On the prone stage much of the long movement was with both hands on the gun with just a little off the gun. Have you tried/timed when it's best to take your hand off? - Just another B class shlub
  12. I tried that a long time ago and it made me woozy. My brain couldn’t adjust. Did you have any problems or adjustment period?
  13. I use the same rig for open and limited. No changes for each division.
  14. Over the course of 2 years if I average three range trips a month then it's less than $6 per trip. (I can talk myself into anything)
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