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Jmo2011

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About Jmo2011

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  • Birthday 08/13/1968

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    James Choate

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  1. Just lay it flat on an old cookie sheet and spray.
  2. I’ve been very happy with my gator xuv. It’s not the fastest out there but it’s a workhorse around the house. It’s been trouble free for 600 hours , just regular maintenance.
  3. I’ve not been that fortunate with any brand of primers other than cci. Was wondering if I was missing something. I ditched the plastic long ago, just use my Dillon tubes.
  4. How did you get the vibraprime to feed them reliably?
  5. I’d suggest evaluating how many rounds you need to load per week versus how much time you have available and purchase accordingly.
  6. Slide glide lite on most. If it’s really tight Wilson combat grease.
  7. There is usually an all classifier match at central Ozarks practical shooters range the first Sunday in September. It’s near rolla mo so probly a couple hours from St. Louis.
  8. Wow, you never know how little time you have until it’s too late. One of the nicest guys I’ve met in the sport.
  9. If you’re going to shoot hv ammo, consider changing the recoil spring to a heavier poundage.
  10. You might want to consider the henning option also.
  11. Given the fact your hands are so large I’d consider having a plastic grip built up to increase the overall size. I had one done with the carbide stuff and it provided great grip, but I had it made a little too large. Wasn’t terribly expensive to experiment with.
  12. I choose to use a .40 green rod with the sharpie treatment. I made some black fiber out of broom bristle to try black sights without buying a new front sight but found dim fiber was better for me. It was an easy enough experiment though.
  13. 6 stages and 1 classifier typically.
  14. I’ve been using an LS-P in production for about 9 months now. Really like the balance of the gun. It’s proven ultra reliable. I had to replace a trigger return spring but that’s been the only issue.
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