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About SWprotected

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    West Point, VA
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    Jason Roberts

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  1. SWprotected

    Is 38SC dead ?

    38 Super may be dead, but not SC. As far as the choice between the 9mm and SC it really depends on what you want out of your gun. I think SC is the flatter shooting of the two, but it costs more unless you can recover your brass multiple times. I have had 3 9 major guns, they have all run extremely well. I have had 1 Atlas and 2 Limcats, all 3 were accurate and functioned properly. I have had maybe half dozen fail to feed issues in 2 years of shooting open, and it was magazine related. I realized that with 170s a strong spring is a must. On the topic of how flat each one shoots I will say my 9mm dot moves but it is not hard to track and is back to center before I can pull the trigger.
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    Springs and followers

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    9 major

    I use 7.2 and a 124PD in my Limcat with 6 holes and makes about 174PF, that same load in my friends CK was 178PF. The KKM barrels are pretty fast.
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    Delta Point Pro vs. C-More RTS2 = Slide or Frame Mounted?

    I have 2 DPP, both frame mounted on open guns. One for about a year the other about 18 months. I have had no issues of any kind with these sights, I think I changed the battery in the older of the 2 but honestly don't remember. Honestly if we could merge the RTS2 and DPP together we could have the best thing on the market, there are features of both that I like. RTS2 brightness adjustment, and glass shape. DPP battery compartment, sight adjustment. Can't we have it all?
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    Open Gun Pictures

    How many popple holes does it have? And are they angled back?
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    PT Aluminum grip

    Sarge, is correct I have tried steel but I prefer a lighter gun. I also like a very aggresive grip and that is why I was considering a PT with aggressive texture. I really was wanting to know from thise who tried it how they held up.
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    PT Aluminum grip

    Thanks Sarge, I like the new Cheely grip. I would prefer to stay with the PT because its the same shape and texture.
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    PT Aluminum grip

    After doing some searching I found a few threads where people had put the Aluminum grips on there guns, Just wondering how they have held up. I am thinking about putting them on my open guns but worry about them cracking. I have the PT aggressive steel on my Limited guns and like them I just don't want to add that much weight to my open guns.
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    Cheely E2 vs PT Evo

    I had the chance to shoot a friends gun with the E2 grip on it. Its a nice grip, but for those of us who are used to the aggressive PT or SVI grips it may not be enough. I would say if it provides a similar level of grip to the standard texture PT grips.
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    RTS2 or Deltapoint Pro

    Having had both, I will say they both have features I like. RTS2 wins for ease of adjustment, shape of the glass, and dot clarity. DPP wins battery life, ease of adjustment, and battery compartment. The RTS2 was my first microdot and I liked it until it quit on me during a stage at a major match. It was a V4 and cmore said they could not duplicate the issue. They did replace it though. It could have been low battery but I had no indication of such it just quit. Switched to the DPP and have not had a problem with it in the 2 years I have had it. The reliability to me is the most important feature.
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    Working up a new 9mm Open load

    What does your dot movement look like? No need to load longer or increase powder if the dot tracking is good. I have been running 8.2gr. HS6 with a MG 121 at 1.160", I like this COAL because I can use it in mags with or without spacers. When I watch close I see the dot make a small circle, I think last time I tested this load was about 168-169PF in my gun.
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    IDPA shooter wondering about USPSA

    Definitely try it, shooting limited to start and not buying new gear is solid advice.
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    My new Bull Shadow 2

    Interesting, my M&P shoots perfectly with 124s, but about 2.5" high with 147s.
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    My new Bull Shadow 2

    I am sure it depends on your ammo choice, I agree the gun is very cool.
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    My new Bull Shadow 2

    Very nice, wish they would put adjustable rear sight on them.