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  1. 9.7 gr. Major Pistol with a 124 JHP at 1.16” in a 5” gun with 2 people holes. Makes 172ish PF
  2. See if you can find a set of dies separately online. Then ask Dillon if you can change the order to no-dies (it’s a standard option). Doesn’t answer your main question but might save you some time...
  3. Cool gun for sure. Sorry I don’t have any info for you though. Interesting screws they used and that first popple hole seems awfully close to the optic...
  4. That seems like an awfully large swing. My experience has been closer to 4-5 pf not 10-20.
  5. Everglades doesn’t list a .38 Super bullet. Are you just using their 9mm ones? Maybe a dumb question...
  6. CCI Small Pistol and Small Rifle. The difference on the chrono was 169 vs 170 power factor. Have also used Winchester small pistol with no issues
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  8. There is a thread about this going already. Should answer your question.
  9. I’ve used Tripp and Wilson’s and both served me well.
  10. .40 if you can find a good one to buy. Or just get a 9mm and shoot minor
  11. On the exterior or anywhere? My gun has 2500 rounds and is spotless on the outside since that doesn’t touch anything. The rails do show some wear though
  12. Anyone know the theory behind making the offset square popple holes like that?
  13. Sweet looking gun! How’d you get them to make you a 9?
  14. Considering the hook is twice the size of a standard 1911 extractor, I’d say that part is less likely to break. And losing tension would be the cause by a $2 spring, which you could have a spare of in your bag, versus needing a spare fitted and tuned extractor on hand. My guess is that this will prove to be a non-issue but time will tell.
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