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    Jeff Jones

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  1. A backup gun for the competition gun that I never shoot . . . .
  2. I have done that as well. On an otherwise unmolested smith and wesson shield the local gunsmith ran out of hammer and I sent it back to smith, they moved it for no charge.
  3. I normally think it is the Indian and not the arrow, but I can shoot with the smoother 5.5 pound trigger on my 929 faster than I can the notchy 7.5 pound trigger on my SGP. With the ruger and any challenging shot if I don't focus on the trigger and take my time I shoot poorly. Perhaps I will find a way to improve the ruger eventually.
  4. Tip heavy is something new to me in competition hammers. Why did you want that?
  5. If it was me I would contact baer and discuss the loss of accuracy at 30k.
  6. Anyone know how an overpressure failure from shooting several rounds of slightly too hot ammo manifests? Just curious.
  7. And that is a perfectly reasonable opinion. It is something that I am fine with, but I know from shooting my production gun and hearing the occasional comment that there are other folks that share your concern.
  8. Grab hammer, pull trigger so sear releases hammer, as soon as hammer is released let off the trigger. Some folks place their finger between hammer and frame and just roll the finger out after releasing the trigger. Those of us that shoot d.a. / s.a. production guns do something similar on every stage at USPSA or IDPA matches, it is a bit more dicey with those guns as you have to keep the trigger pulled so you clear the half cocked notch.
  9. Might be brand specific? The GP100's hammer safety provisions seem very robust and seem to have been designed with a thumb slipping off the hammer in mind. Without the spur it is easier to slip and let the hammer drop but it seems like manufacturers would need to be aware that even with the spur folks can slip and let the hammer drop (gloves - cold hands - etc.) and make suitable safety provisions.
  10. A revolver smith friend of mine attempted to quantify the value of bobbing the hammer on his smith. His conclusion was that the value was real but subtle, I am not sure the o.p. Will achieve his goal. I have not done it, but have read about removing some material on the face of the hammer to improve ignition on GP100s others might know details. If it was me I would send the hammer to Dave Olhasso or tk custom or etc and ask them to do a full competition cut. Even with no spur you can manually cock the hammer for group shooting if desired. Based on my 2 rug
  11. Trying to rush your post count to 50 in order to sell something on the classifieds?? The mods are pretty good at picking that up.
  12. I wonder what folks thought of the PCC nationals when they were at Sellersburgh In? About a 30 minute drive to the Louisville Ky airport. I'm high on that location after working 3 level 2 matches there but my opinion is biased because I like the folks who I know at that club and have shot there a good bit.
  13. Fast swingers is the really hard part to me. You could teach a monkey to reload and a dedicated monkey would practice it enough to become proficient.
  14. Particularly with an anvil like a 929. For what it is worth, mine leaded up bad with coated until I went with 0.358" bullets.
  15. 40 small pistol primers 10mm large pistol primers What I was wondering was if cut down 10's would make for quicker reloads than full length 10's.
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