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  1. You're welcome. Glad I could help.
  2. No, the velcro "squishes". It's tight, but isn't that what you want?
  3. I put velcro on the inside of the TekLok where it mates with the outer belt and some on the outside where it mates with the inner belt. Seems to help some.
  4. Is the problem, the stock is too low? If it is, you might look into a riser, something like this: https://www.ebay.com/itm/172585947492
  5. From Dawson Precision: https://dawsonprecision.com/sight-calculator/
  6. I think I know which cart you're talking about. It has 4 wheels, a tray for the bottom and a folding tray on top. If that's the one, it was on facebook last week. I looked at the website until I got to the price. With the options, it was over $600.
  7. Thanks for the replies. I guess I just imagined it.
  8. I tried that and couldn't find anything, that's why I'm asking here.
  9. I seem to remember seeing that a firearm that bounces off an abandon table or out of a barrel isn't a DQ and is a procedural. I can't seem to find that ruling or I was just imagining it. Does anyone else remember it and if so, where I can find it?
  10. I've used these: https://www.amazon.com/Magnum-Elite-Spider-8-0-Desert/dp/B00131OS9O/ref=sr_1_4?s=apparel&ie=UTF8&qid=1498770372&sr=1-4&nodeID=679307011&psd=1&refinements=p_lbr_brands_browse-bin%3AMagnum They were the lightest I found at the shoe store, 20.1 oz each. By comparison my Solomon Speedcross 3 weights 11.8 oz. Very comfortable and are fairly cool. They can't be waterproof though because they breathe very well.
  11. If you;re still looking for the case, Midway is having a sale on the Gunslinger 2..$223.99
  12. Didn't find the case that separated, but here's the next round that pulled out the remainder of the case. BTW, I'm using the Lyman case gauge and when I insert the case reversed, it looks like your JP gauge.
  13. Thank you for your reply. Barrel is clear of obstruction. Since it happened in the first 25 rounds, then again in the last 25 rounds after a 100 round day I don't think that would be a problem. I have fired factory ammunition and there don't appear to be any differences from my reloads. Since I use the reloads in several different AR's, I was trying to make the reloads "universal". The rifle I use most, doesn't want to chamber my reloads without using the small base die. Brass is first deprimed, cleaned and trimmed to 1.750 then deburred and primer pocket cleaned. The small base RCBS die says it sizes to a "little" undersized and bumps the shoulder back slightly. Is that any different than the Hornady small base body die? Is that what you're saying? I thought about annealing, but the thought of doing every case make me want to use factory ammunition.
  14. Had 2 cases separate at the neck yesterday. It seems the first fired and the case neck separates and sticks in the chamber. Second round gets the neck of the previous round stuck and the rifle won't go into battery and is manually ejected. I've shot a few thousand rounds through this rifle and it never happened before. I'm using once fired Federal brass, W748 powder, RCBS small base die for sizing, the rest are Dillon. Headspace in the rifle is okay. Any ideas why this is happening?
  15. Since price doesn't matter: http://www.lapolicegear.com/eberlestock-gunslinger-ii-2.html
  16. How about fitting a new Trubor barrel and having it reamed for 9mm?
  17. I like my Ruger and Buckmark equally. I'd also suggest a S&W Model 41, if your budget allows, that way, when he discovers girls, it's yours
  18. No, the ELS system accepts most attachments directly, others with some minor modification. I run Safariland 771's for the Glock, Bladetech holster and AR mag pouchs, Taccom shotshell racks and Safariland 4 shotshell carriers. Only thing that didn't quite fit was the ALS carrier for the holster.
  19. In that case, 2 pistol mags (load the first from your pocket), 2 ar mags (1 in the gun), holster and 3 shotgun racks. That gives you one extra mag for just in case. I really would suggest the ELS system. It's expensive but worth it. I have a 34 inch waist and there's left over room for 2 shotgun 4 shell carriers, in case the stage has slugs and buckshot.
  20. not on the clock,but it's a good idea to have at least 5 loaded mags
  21. Unless the rules have changed, no holster required for rimfire.
  22. First question is, where are you located, i.e. do you have to deal with reduced magazine capacities?
  23. I ended up taking mine to a local gunsmith. He ended up machining out the rear sight. I don't think I've ever heard him use that many 4 letter words
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