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    Barrel Reaming

    I want to get a CZ SP01 Shadow barrel reamed. I have sent barrels to Grams Engineering in the past, but he responded that he is no longer doing barrel reaming. Who else can I send the barrel to?
  2. When and why did Blade Tech discontinue the Black Ice holsters? They were better than the current lineup. The Blade-Tech DOH Black Ice Belt Holster was designed to help aid in a faster, smoother, unencumbered draw. Engineered to allow a quick draw from the standing or seated positions, the broad front opening of the Black Ice allows the pistol to clear the holster quickly. The opening on the front of the holster allows you to rotate the muzzle forward toward your target for extremely fast target acquisition. Couple the broad front opening with the DOH (Dropped and Offset)
  3. They quoted me $369 for Rudy Project Rydon lenses.
  4. I'm thinking about picking up a JP GMR-15 Match PCC Ready Rifle (RR-GMR15PCC). Who has the best prices on these? I see Shooters Connection has them, but the same price as going direct. Are there any discounts or codes? Thanks!
  5. Obsolete? Hardly. The SP01 Shadow is still better than many plastic guns. Plus you can shoot it in both IDPA and USPSA.
  6. $387 more for adjustable sights and different grips. Got it.
  7. Besides the adjustable rear sight, does anyone know the differences between the: CZC SP01 Shadow Custom (91030) $1,300 CZ 75 SP-01 Shadow Target II – 9mm (CZ Custom) (91760) $1,687
  8. I used to have a brass dealer that sold wet-tumbled 9mm single headstamp, but he is no longer doing that. Anyone know of a brass vendor that sells once-fired WIN, FC or RP brass?
  9. Thanks guys. What about making the majority of my dry-fire targets difficult (partials, no-shoots, distance etc.) so I would have to pay more attention to the sights?
  10. What drills & target presentations do you guys recommend for improving shot calling during dry-fire, specifically second shot calling? I shot a major match recently, and found myself calling my first shot but already thinking about my next target or position, and not always calling my second shot. I want to improve this as much as I can in dry fire, and verify it with live fire.
  11. Yeah, its quicker and easier the other way though. I will probably ballpark it that way, then fine tune with using the rod.
  12. Sorry, I meant .25 grains. I'm trying for 3.6 grain drops, and I'm getting 3.8 to 3.9 with the failsafe rod.
  13. Loaded on a 550b for 2 years, just recently got a 650. When checking powder charges on my 550, I would remove the failsafe rod, and manually drop 10 charges by working the Slotted Bellcrank by hand and weighing them. This always dropped the same amount of powder as weighing 10 individual drops with the failsafe rod attached. On my 650, I will weigh 10 drops without the failsafe rod, and will get a total measurement of 36.3 grains consistently. When I weigh 10 individual drops with the failsafe rod attached, I get around a .25 grain per drop higher measurement consistently (38.7).
  14. No, just on top like the instructions say. My issue was resolved by filing down the rough edges on the station 1 locator rail track, and slowing down just a bit.
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