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  1. It could also be the variation in your powder drops too, or OAL perhaps. That does seem to be a bit much of a spread of fps. I had that variation once when I forgot to attach the powder return rod on the press.
  2. I have a Mark VII on mine and absolutely love it. Best addition besides the Bullet feeder that I’ve done to the press. I like the different sensors and the ability to control everything from the tablet. I have no experience with any other autodrive.
  3. While reassembling today I found that the rectangular piece that fits into 11061 is a pretty tight fit when sliding back in to 11062. With grease underneath that rectangular piece it won't slide into the groove in 11062. Grease can be around it, just not underneath it.... at least on my machine. Also, unless you're just dying to really clean the roller bearings and such, there is no need to completely disassemble the ram assembly. The zerk fittings work well to re-grease everything.
  4. Ah yes that always sucks bending that pin. A .357 case snuck into the mix while loading .40 a few months ago bent the hell out of mine. At least I also didn't have any spares on hand
  5. Load the last 30 rounds (or at least prime some pieces of brass like MM said). I never leave components in the press. It seems like I get more consistent powder drops by running a batch of ammo and then emptying all the components each loading session. I always load in multiples of 100 as well, thereby not leaving any primers in the chute. My loading sessions usually occur once every 3-4 weeks and I'll make 1000 at a time.
  6. Like a phone call? They’ve always been quick to answer my voicemails. During business hours I’ve always been able to talk to someone right away. Great folks!
  7. Great looking gat! Looks like any holster wear will just add character to it.
  8. Dawson Precision can make custom sights. They might be able to help.
  9. I agree but for what optic? It seems guys have had all of them break fairly consistently..... which one to choose? The $600+ ones hoping they don't break that often? Or the ~$300 ones knowing they'll break but also that they're cheap enough to have a few replacements of ready to swap in. Or will the PD milled slide cut now accept various optics?
  10. The .40 mags have a little spacer in the back of them keeping the rounds towards the front of the mag. Don’t know how reliably it would feed without the spacer. Depending on what pF your ammo is, you might have to swap for a 10 or 12 lb recoil spring. I don’t know what the 10mm round takes but I’m sure it’s heavier than 12 lbs. Other than those 2 issues I’d say it shouldn’t be a problem.
  11. I messed with that as well and ended up going back with the MBF funnel. The MBF funnel seems to open the case mouth enough to allow the bullet to seat tightly oriented upgright whereas the Dillon funnel seemed to let the bullet move around when the shell plate moves. The sticking part on the upstroke is annoying, but now with the autodrive who really cares.
  12. Bahahaha!! Please tell me both the holster and mag pouches are also Hello Kitty! And instead of blue or black bullets they’re pink bullets.
  13. Wow yeah I don’t think any Tanfo uses a roll pin for the hammer pin. It looks like someone just made it work in your FrankenTanfo What your hammer pin should look like would be https://benstoegerproshop.com/copy-of-eaa-tanfoglio-witness-trigger-bar-spring-3-7-3-8-3-9-3-10/ which would be held in place by the hammer pin pin which is held in place by the sear cage and looks like this https://benstoegerproshop.com/eaa-tanfoglio-witness-hammer-pin-retaining-pin/
  14. Hah no way! I never knew all I needed to do to convert to SAO was to remove the disco. Guess it makes sense. Good info! And of course yes as soon as you drop the disco back into the hammer it should work like a regular DA/SA stock 2
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