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    Timothy Proctor

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  1. I run 8.3 3n38, a cci srp, 124 delta @1.17 in my chaos and get 171 pf which is very close to your numbers. Thanks for post more detailed data.
  2. I switched to the Atlas mags in 9mm and have had zero issues, no tuning and for the price you can't beat them.
  3. 14 or 16 depending on the purpose of the gun.
  4. I belive you are correct it is a different process and has worked well for the mags I have so far.
  5. They cut the mag release hole like 15thou lower to raise the bullet a touch higher, then re-did the top shoulder etc to gain a better angle and reliability. They also used a different process so that tubes come out more dimensionally consistent and correct. For my gun the bullets hit the top 15-20% percent of the feed ramp very consistently.
  6. using their spring and follower, it will be capacity. I use the TTI spring and follower and have the same capacity. Both the TTI and Grams stuff work in their tubes as well.
  7. This is what I heard as well, and the other issue is the longevity of the the gun.
  8. I have been running the new Atlas mags for a couple of months now. All of my STI, MBX, and SV mags were either sold or are now practice mags.
  9. I really liked the ELEY I shot as well. Seems a bit hot in most guns but they are prob trying to make sure its major for about any open gun.
  10. I like the double alpha safeties as well.
  11. I honestly don't remeber. I think it was the tool head out of spec that ended causing the issues with the primer shuttle bard and the plunger. Mark7 took care of all of it. I have loaded so many rounds now, I don't remember..lol. I was like number 15 on the press so I have seen some stuff, but Mark7 has alway been helpful for my stuff.
  12. I saw slower in cold but same as above by about 15-20 fps
  13. Sig, Now that I think back, I believe what MountainMan said and Baragasam showed in the photo was the alignment pin had been pushed up and was not timing at the correct time, but late due to it being out of place. It has been awhile, but I believe mark 7 sent me the primer feeding parts and a new tool head to correct the issue.
  14. Sig, I had a very similar issue and when I took the primer bar off on the bottom side you could see where the plunger had been striking the bar early and I was having alignment and primer seating issues. It actually got so bad it locked up the whole primer feeding system. I ended up just having to send in those parts and they sent me a new plunger slide and other primer feed parts. They did not explain how I could have adjusted that issue. They just sent me parts and I put them on. Been about 30k round since then and no issues.
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