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  1. This has been my experience with 9mm mags as well
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    CZ S2 to X5

    I had an x5 set up for carry optics with all the normal x5 upgrades. traded it to a junior shooter’s dad in our area for a Cajun upgraded s2 so him and his son could use the same guns and have a spare if need be, and I’m partial to metal cz’s. Proceeded to cut the s2 for a dot and have practiced with it a bit. The weight of the gun is nice and trigger is pretty baller but on the clock I’m not sold that it would make a big difference at a match. I originally shot limited and when the co rules on capacity opened up I tried it with the x5. Since then I have moved to shooting open but still really enjoy having a co rig available as a option to shoot or even just as a extra rig to offer to friends, family, or unsuspecting people wanting to try USPSA for the first time(set the hook real deep). To the last point I think the x5 makes a far better gun for new shooters and still plenty capable of competing at the highest level( Max M.) both are great options but I think I’ll be moving my co s2 to set up another x5 co rig.
  3. I’m a pretty big fan of the daa mr bulletfeeder expander. I put one in a lee expander body. The step for setting bullets is the business!
  4. Looked for this post in general reloading section and couldn’t find it but low and behold here it is. I was an an early adopter of the 9mm sizing die that was out of spec. Sent the body back to Wayne per the recall and couple weeks back received my new die body back. Threw it back in the press and no more issues with cases not being sized tight enough. A side effect of adding this die back in the mix is that it has become mind numbingly boring to case gauge ammo now.....they all just go! being a machinist running a tool and die shop, I understand the challenges of bringing a new product to market.i also understand in a production machine shop environment there are chances for things to go awry. The way mighty armory conducted themselves through this process and the problem getting resolved is why I will continue to use and praise their products. Good people and good product.
  5. Saw atlas Gunworks was digging it for 9 major, going to be trying it myself here soon. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Thanks Chris I’ll check that out, seen your videos on the book of faces looks like a flat shooter Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Think it was asked but didn’t see an answer, what is the benefit of the glock style barrel vs a traditional linked locking lug barrel? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Had good success with egw fire control groups. For the trigger bow and insert sv stuff has worked well for me in my old limited gun, but recently have become fond of x-line vario trigger and bow that came in my atlas gun. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I have had an issue with getting enough neck tension on the bullets after crimp and have been unsuccessful thus far. I have adjusted the sizing die as low as possible on my evolution to no avail. Wayne sent an email recalling all the die bodies stating they will be shipping corrected bodies towards the end of January. I have no doubt that Wayne will make it right.
  10. Mount looks good man[emoji1303]being a machineer has its perks[emoji57][emoji631] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. P10c or p07 get my vote Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I primarily shoot 2011’s for limited and open as do a majority of my friends I shoot with. I do have a soft spot for cz’s. One of my friends made the leap and offed a edge to get a tso. Phenomenal gun other than the position of safety. Due to the pivot point being farther forward, my friend with rather large mitts and myself with hands towards the smaller side had issue’s with inadvertently activating the safety on the clock. Made the decision to stick with 2011’s much easier. I’d recommend trying to put rounds through both if possible before deciding which one is right for you. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Can’t hurt in my opinion, other then putting holes in the wall. Being a machinist by trade I’m a fan for rigid set ups. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Just received an email from mighty armory, 9mm sizing die shipped today. I’ll give an update when it arrives[emoji106][emoji2532] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. http://www.mrbulletfeeder.biz/ Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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