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About SterlingSomeone

  • Birthday 01/01/1984

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    Sterling Glines

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  1. As far as my chrono experiences goes: I started with a shooting chrony. It was meh. It was cumbersome, would not work indoors due to not wanting to buy the indoor lighting kit and extrapolating the data was a chore. The labradar has been an excellent tool with little to no frustration and is far superior to the shooting chrony or any other chronograph I have used thus far. I can use it indoors with no problem, it tracks my 22 up to my 308 and all the pistol calibers I use. It quickly tells me the Powerfactor when working up loads for USPSA matches. I love it. The price was a big leap compared to others but the overall convenience and little to no possibility of shooting and ruining it made it all worth it. I highly recommend it. Going from a shoot through chrono to a labradar is in comparison going from a single stage press to a dillon 650. They both work but one provides a much improved and more productive overall experience.
  2. Can confirm. I ordered the quinetics puller after reading through this thread. Been using my RCBS collet and it works great on FMJ and plated. Not as good with coated or moly bullets or SWC bullets. Quinetics made quick work of some 500 sw and some other random single calibers I needed to pull. For large batches I prefer the RCBS. For small batches or just a few rounds the quinetics is much quicker. It’s also faster then other kinetic pullers I have used.
  3. A bullet feeder will be a huge time saver. My powder check only gets used when loading rifle. The bullet feeder helps me pump out around 8-900 rounds an hour on the 650 at a leisure pace with multiple QA checks for powder charge size and COAL. My rf100 also helps speed production.
  4. Absolutely. It is the best chronograph I have used ( I have tried 4 or 5 different types) and own a labradar and a shooting chrony. The Labradar is the most convenient one I have used in both set up and for recording results.
  5. Video link is down on my end. Anyone have another link? My vibraprime has been collecting dust and it sounds like it may be time to resurrect it.
  6. Does anyone have a link to or now of a place to see the evolution Manual cor people who can't get into their forums?
  7. Sterling, Paypal gift $60.00 to scott40cal@gmail.com.


    In separate email send you shipping information.




  8. Just got my Stoeger M3000 this morning. What should I do to it? Just kidding, I have this great forum to tell me. I appreciate all the info in this thread. It should be a BEAST in the next few weeks.
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