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iflyskyhigh

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  1. I like the looks of the F4E one too. Does anyone have any first hand experience with that one? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  2. Thanks for the info. Shot my first match the other night. That stock thumb rest kills my giant Wookiee thumb. So I’m gonna need to take it off or replace it. Was the modification just rounding the edge to match the cut out? Do you have any pics? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  3. iflyskyhigh

    Introduction

    I have a bazillion Glocks, but am new to Sig as well. Just picked up a P320 M17 last week. I have a 19X so in figured I needed the Sig to match. I have only put a couple hundred rounds through it but I’m in love [emoji3590]. It is for sure the most accurate out of the box striker fired pistol I have ever shot. I took the Deltpoint Pro off my G5 G17 MOS, slapped it on my Sig and it was good to go. Didn’t even have to move the zero one click. Shot my buddy’s P320 Legion the other day. I must say, I’m jumping on the bandwagon. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I’ve been lucky. I’ve on had a couple squibs. Both rifle and pistol, but I caught it due to failure to feed the next round, as the round didn’t go deep enough in the barrel to allow the next round into the chamber. They were all due to 0 grs of powder. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Why? Not being condescending. Legit just asking why? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Does it make any difference whether or not you’re using the optics mount? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I thought I remember reading somewhere that even though the IPSC Alex says it direct bolt on it still required some fitting, am I misremembering that? Not familiar with the F4E one. If those are true bolt on options that’s interesting. When I got my TSO I looked a little for a thumbrest but it seems like most of them required gun modification which I was interested in Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Using a Montana Gold 95gr JHP I’m shooting these out of a G3 G34 with an agency arms barrel. Most of the initial testing was done with a Lonewolf extended barrel which is why some of the intial chrono reading where higher. I settled on 3.6 grs Bullseye and max COAL of 1.020” to make sure sure the case can hold onto the projectile. Had to use a reduced power recoil spring obviously. It’s so soft and accurate, it’s ridiculous. These were the tests I ran: Zip G34 (3.6-4.2 grs 993-1158 FPS Western) No good PB G34 (3.6-4.2 grs 1013-1157 FPS Hogden) No good Unique G34 (4.2-4.8 grs 895-1091 FPS Lyman) No good Bullseye G34 (Lonewolf Threaded barrel)(Test) (3.4-4.0 grs 867-1023 FPS Lyman) 2.8 grs NO 3.0 grs NO 3.2 grs NO 3.4 grs min for function 3.5 grs 1089 FPS 13.3 SD / 31 3.6 grs 1115 FPS 7.6 SD / 18 3.7 grs 1134 FPS 8.8 SD / 23 Agency Barrel 3.6 grs 1083 FPS 17.1 SD / 49 ES (11lb Wolff)* 3.8 grs 1117 FPS 12.7 SD / 48 ES (12 lb Wolff) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. iflyskyhigh

    TS vs TSO

    Correct. Just picked one up a couple months ago. Had extended left side safety. Color matched mag release. And metal vs polymer trigger. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  10. I love a happy ending. [emoji4] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. They did last year, if that’s what you’re asking? So I assume they will this year. Got a smoking deal on 124gr JHP V2 last year. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  12. This [emoji1318] Hornady One Shot I put a couple hundred shells in cheap non stick baking pan, give it a squirt, shuffle, another squirt and good to go. I tried to tumble S&S coated bullets one time, took the coating off. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. I don’t understand what you’re saying in the first paragraph Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. [emoji1319] It really is the way to go. Glad to see another convert. It smooths out the loading process SO much and since it doesn’t need to be removed....not sure why anyone would use lanolin lube on pistol cases at this point? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Pistol or rifle? For pistol Hornady One Shot is great. Doesn’t take much and doesn’t need to be removed after loading. I use homemade lanolin lube for rifle which I either tumble off as described above or wet tumble with stainless depending on what I’m loading for and how much processing I’m in the mood for. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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