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    Jeremy Beaver

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  1. I am not... shooting steel challenge with a Canik TP9SFx and a Ruger PC Carbine
  2. I know this has been discussed in the past, but it was long ago. I'm still working through 4# of Clays and just switched to a 147gr poly coated. I know there is no published data, but wanted to see what everyone's experiences were. I'm not going overboard with the charge. Previously I was using 3.3gr under a 125 and I'm shooting Steel Challenge so PF isn't a concern. I just want to make sure there is enough room in the case and that I'm not going to spike it. And just so you know, I know that Clay's is not the preferred for 9mm or 147's. It's what I have and what I'm trying to get rid of before switching. I also know that it's not 100% when it meters, but I always take that into account. I also know that Clays can get a little touchy at the upper levels which is why i keep it middle of the road. I am looking to move over to 244, but right now not a fan of the low volume in the case even at max recommended charge.
  3. I spoke with Josh at CED and was informed that July was the release date. I'm thinking it's going to be about the same cost of the Mini Mr. BulletFeeder. There is no collator so you have to load the tubes manually
  4. i never had that issue with the CMore... It was noticeable at Pricetown and the 5 back bays at Ontelaunee where the sun shines. I can show you on saturday if you'd like.
  5. Am I the only one looking forward to the AA case feeder for the 550? I know you have to load the tubes, but if they sell a package of extra tubes then I can load up 300 or so and off to the races. Why 300? I only have 3 small primer tubes. My typical process is to load 300 rounds, then fill the tubes after for the next session (whenever that might be). So adding the case feeder would be the same process. Load up the tubes when done a session to be ready for the next one. I'm also thinking of adding the Mini Mr. BulletFeeder into the mix. Will really help the sessions and speed things up. Yes, I know I could just upgrade to a 650 with a casefeeder, but I don't have an extra $1k+ lying around...
  6. I have one on my PCC and love it. Only complaint I have is when the sun shines through the glass from the front, you can see the emitter reflected back in the class as a faint square.
  7. So just ran an experiment at the range. 5 shots with dot, remove, 5 shots irons, dot remounted in same spot, 5 more shots, repeat... Dot did not lose zero. Feeling confident for this weekend's steel challenge using same gun for pcco and pcci. Sent from my Nexus 5X using Tapatalk
  8. well, no duh! Really not seeing the benefit either of wet tumbling completed rounds. But you have to admit that 3 hours of tumbling and the PC Bullets coating still looks good says alot about the Hi-Tek coating...
  9. I thought the same thing too. Sent from my Nexus 5X using Tapatalk
  10. Cannot answer that. It was in my bucket of brass and didn't notice it prior to washing. Sent from my Nexus 5X using Tapatalk
  11. So, quite by accident, I wet tumbled a couple of live rounds with stainless pins while cleaning range brass. I was surprised to see that a round with the Hi-Tek coating was down to bare lead while a poly coated bullet (from King Shooters in PA) still had most of it's coating. That is saying something. I'm switching back to PC Bullets when my current compliment of Hi-Tek coated ones are gone. Sent from my Nexus 5X using Tapatalk
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  13. That's kind of what I was looking for. To be able to shoot 2 divisions, same gun, same session. Guess I'll have to test a little to be sure. Sent from my Nexus 5X using Tapatalk
  14. Just got this: Home Prefer Adult UPF 50+ Sun Protection Cap Wide Brim Fishing Hat with Neck Flap Dark Gray https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CAGGL3G/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_TNc7CbGQDASPM Sent from my Nexus 5X using Tapatalk
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