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    Mike Farniok

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  1. They are a great company to deal with and very forthcoming. I hope they have more innovative products coming our way.
  2. In that case you save yourself a ton of work and get the Cheely Evo2 grip. To heck with the silicon carbide. After working with SC for over 40 years it is much better suited for polymer.
  3. You don't need the meatal grips for silicon carbide grips. Blend the polymer grip to the shape you want and use Marine Tex and your choice of grit screen size. Lots of opinions on that.
  4. FGW in Camilla, GA recently posted a stock Edge on the Facebooks that was awesome. He also listed the price for all the work including nitriding the complete gun. He turned a mundane looking gun into a beast.
  5. Have you tried the Brass Juice? I am in desperate need of a shoulder surgery and it has made a tremendous difference in the number of rounds I can load in a session. Been using One Shot over 20 years. No more.
  6. I will drop some pins in the magic elixir and make sure I'm not brewing up something that may draw unwanted attention. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  7. I cannot imagine the cleaner would have a reaction with ss pins, but I will know in a few weeks. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  8. The inside looks great. This is not bench rest ammo so it is not deprimed. I guess I must not be sure what clean enough is to load, fire, and leave laying on a range. I just try to keep from scratching my 30 plus year old carbide dies. Seems to have worked so far. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  9. The site is adamant about not using pins. That's the way I've been cleaning for years. Unless it is mud caked I think I'm done with that. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  10. These are after 1 hour and 20 minutes in a bucket with Brass Juice Case Wash. I mixed 1.25 ounces to a gallon of tap water. I agitated by spinning the bucket every 20 minutes. I will definitely be using this in the cement mixer. Best I've ever seen. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  11. I would not use it as a cologne, but it has a good minty smell. It is not sticky or slimy. Loaded Saturday with no wipe down or tumbling. Used in a match yesterday with no crap at all on my fingers. As to whether it is worth the price, I will say heck ya. I am need of a right shoulder surgery desperately, but it is shooting season. I use a Redding push through die for 40 brass before I load, and it is definitely less effort on my Rock Chucker doing that process. I may be able to do even 1000 at a sitting now. I am mixing up the Brass Juice case wash right now to test. Will try to post before and after.
  12. I have had the GMG Davey Crocket WiFi for over a year. Great customer service and a great product. I would highly recommend GMG to anyone.
  13. Just got it in this morning and I had to load some ammo anyway (convenient). Put it on the 40 cal brass before I dumped it in the 650 hopper and went to work. Remarkable difference from One Shot. Looking forward to trying the case wash, but the amount of info on the web for using it is pretty pathetic. Will hopefully know how it works tomorrow afternoon.
  14. That is just plain and simply poor and lazy stage design. Most matches the stage would be crucified by the shooters. It happens only because it is allowed.
  15. I was always amazed that people could actually find the time to try to mess with someone else's game plan instead of perfecting their own. By the time you do a walkthrough and help reset and paste, it is hard to perfect your own plan. I prefer to reserve the energy for my own use, I'm old and don't have enough to spare.
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