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Catmanduex

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    Ken Erickson

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  1. 1911s, SIGs, CZs, Glocks, Tanfos. I’ve wasted a bunch of money searching for the “right” gun. I should have spent it on practice ammo instead.
  2. I consulted Manuel and he agrees with 4n2t0.
  3. I have several Supers and gone-to-hell hands. .38 Super loaded down to minor is a joy to shoot. For some reason, perhaps the way it cycles the gun, 9mm isn’t the same. It should be, but it’s not.
  4. Indeed we did. Ah, the good old days.
  5. I had a SIG “1911”that was very accurate and reliable.
  6. http://www.hodgdonreloading.com/data/pistol It appears not too hot.
  7. Buy a Coonan. That otta be hot enough.
  8. The only primer I have problems setting off are Winchester.
  9. Unless you really really want to take it all apart just keep shooting it. At only 8k rounds I’d squirt some lube on the rails and keep shooting. It depends what your comfort level is for a dirty gun.
  10. How did you determine it was time to detail strip? I used to run tens of thousands of rounds through a 1911 with only the normal field strip cleaning.
  11. You can use the 572 but you’re gonna be sorry you bought eight pounds of it :>)
  12. The only primer I have failures with is Winchester. I actually prefer Remington.
  13. I’ve tried the suspender thing, it does help distribute weight but the shoulders get tired. Maybe at 70 I’m just too old for this game.
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