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  1. Correction: *If you reload weak hand a lot, it’s bound to happen to you.
  2. I got mine at the hardware store.
  3. Cranes are individual to each gun, a fitted part. I would just stone off that spot created by the old screw and fit a solid screw. Shouldn’t have that issue with a solid screw.
  4. Thanks mark. Ken and crew did a great job. Hoping to to see you in March.
  5. I’m going to have to 100% disagree with this one. Sorry Mike. Aim small miss small is absolutely a thing, but at the cost of speed. HFs in USPSA are to high to do this in today’s game.
  6. Nothing below .355 is legal for USPSA. But it is for icore....
  7. I asked my AD a few years back. The reason that he gave me, and he said this was something other board members were very concerned with, was that “the dot mounted to the frame and not moving on the slide created an unfair advantage.” I laughed. Hard.
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    929 Info

    Check out Joe at Mojo Custom.
  9. MWP

    929 Info

    That’s not an insane number. Buds and kygunco usually run specials once or twice a year under 900. Standard dealer cost is around that too, and I assume there are some sitting at dealers with zero interest given today’s market.
  10. MWP

    929 Info

    I’ll do you one better. You can shoot it after the IRC on Sunday.
  11. MWP

    929 Info

    There’s a few threads about this, but the short version is that ports vent gas off so that there’s less perceived recoil since there is less gas (and mass) following the bullet out the barrel. These are usually most effective somewhere around 2-4” in a revolver. Alec, hit us with a picture of effective ports. Compensators collect the gas in a chamber, let it expand, then force it up to fight against rise. Ports reduce felt recoil, comps oppose muzzle rise. Here’s a properly compensated gun:
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    929 Info

    By definition, the “comp” that is included with the 929 is actually a port- two different things. Ports don’t do the same things that comps do.
  13. MWP

    929 Info

    Factory ammo is fine, but for the best action job just mail the gun to TK. Keep the cylinder clean, both ends of it. I mean, if you want the gun to run 100%. What TK clips? .040 stainless? The factory compensator does nothing. Both the factory options touch the bullet as it leaves the barrel eventually so either opening that hole up or shooting the gun without a cap is the best option. The aftermarket hammers are a huge improvement over the factory option, but fitting is tough to get correct. You can always chop the original, that has it’s give and takes as well.
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