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    Sig P320 AXG

    Guess what just went on my Christmas list. or at least the frame when it is released separately.
  2. I think it depends on what you are buying and I believe it only applies to complete firearms. I paid $811 for a shipped legion.
  3. I was up at the Sig Academy a few weeks ago and bought a 320 Legion at the student price. I am not sure if you can call up the Sig Pro Shop and buy one but if you really want it, it may be worth a shot.
  4. I am currently using a Colt pattern lower (QC10) and yes, the 32+ rnds are a pain to reload quickly, even with the magwell funnel. I think it may be costing me the difference between being a B to an M. I just ordered a 20 rnd mag and hopefully that will help. So far, I have had zero problems with the Metalform mags. Other that if they hit the ground at the right angle they will puke up rnds. I am on my third iteration of this PCC and it all started out as being a range toy. If I get to shoot more, I may try the Glock pattern lower or maybe just a MPX....who knows
  5. Personally, I cannot stand the JP handguards. I find them to thick and uncomfortable. I have not purchased a JP but I will probably build a new AR-9 over the winter with JP parts and Colt mags.
  6. I am thinking about buying another slide over the winter to use in Carry Optics on my X5 Legion grip. (Shooting my last match next week until January/February due to work.) I am having trouble finding info on the Pro Cut slide. Is there much difference in weight vs the Nitron or Legion slides? Or is it one of those tacticool looking things?
  7. 4.0 g SP 125g Zero JHP. OAL 1.085 Nordic 16' barrel 25 yds and 10 shots. Can use a quarter to cover the holes. Need to chrono for the Nordic and X-Five Legion
  8. I am kinda leaning toward the TTI stuff but I was unsure if they would make the 17 rnd mag too long. Yeah, wanna pick up a couple when they are on-sale (my fav word next to free).
  9. New Legion owner here... Which mags and or basepad combos meet the 140 mm requirement?
  10. I just picked up a Legion on my last trip to the Sig Academy. Esp after I was hitting targets 4/5 shots at 50 yds one-handed. I want to put the extended mag release on it from Springer Precision. I am assuming it will fit the X-Five/Legion frame and do I need to get the OEM stop and spring assembly also?
  11. I keep saying I am going to chrono the difference between small pistol, small rifle and small pistol primer. So far I haven't. I have a range buddy that did and says the only difference he has observed is the small magnum adds about 50fps. I look at it this way, if you handgun will shoot reliably with small rifle primers, that is one less thing to keep in inventory.
  12. I have the EDT3 in my PCC and have around 5k rounds through it and no problems. Its a little heavy pull for gaming. Looking for a lighter trigger.
  13. Are you using a dust cover? Those load cells are very sensitive. They will pick up the flow from your A/C and even your breathing. Had to look up which scale that is. I personally would not us a scale that does not allow the pan to fit onto the weighing surface with using a cover. I have a RCBS Charge master and I if I do not use the dust cover I can watch the weight fluctuate.
  14. I cant believe I just picked up some Federal Match grade rifle primers (small and large) for $27at a retail store. And regular Federal small rifle for $23. Those small rifle work just fine in a PCC. Hopefully they get a shipment in a few days. Sadly no small pistol.
  15. I am actually surprised I got this many responses in under 24 hrs.
  16. With my PCC and 115g and 124g, I have been getting about one inch groups with 10 shots at 25 yds. I am trying to replicate that with 147s. No I will not be using 147s in the PCC but in an XDM and a Sig 320. In the past I have used plated and coated 147s but like I said I was not happy with the results. It looked more like a shotgun pattern. The end result is trying to get the most accurate ammo possible so that I know it is my screw up and not the gun or the ammo. I am moving away from Titegroup because it is so damn dirty and doubly so in a blowback carbine. I
  17. Well that was not the question. I do have several powders available right now such as N320, Sport Pistol and Bullseye. In addition, one of the shops I frequent has quite a few powders on hand, so selection is not the issue. I am trying to find what powder(s) works best for 147g so that I can narrow my inventory. I have been working with 147g in the past but I have not achieved the results that I am looking for. I don't know if it the bullet, the powder or my technique that is causing me to not achieve my goal. Before I switch to Nosler 147 JHP, I am trying to eliminate powder as
  18. With the current bullet shortage I have run out of 115 and 124 Precision Delta bullets. I have about 1000 PD 147 FP lying around that I haven't really messed with. What is the communities favorite powder for the 147s (and not Titegroup).
  19. Wow....wished I found that site sometime back.
  20. I had an out of battery detonation when PSA started first making their PCC uppers. The barrel was short throated and a factory round number 5 detonated with about 1/3 of the case sticking out. I ended up having brass hit my support side wrist and draw blood. The upper went right back to PSA .
  21. Even with the Forster die, I take out the expander ball and use a 21ST Century mandrel for neck expansion and a get better results
  22. My testing looked more like a shotgun pattern than a group @ 25 yds, using CFE. With that being said, I have also discovered that loading longer with pistol bullets can have negative effects. With the PD 147s, I started at 1.12 and had much better results at 1.085 and that was using VV N320. When I have some free time here in the near future I plane to re-run the CFE test with a shorter length. From a pure accuracy standpoint, I have had better results with 124g JHP.
  23. Unless I am just trying to get the primer pocket clean (and I don't do that for pistol rounds) I skip using the SS pins altogether. IMHO, it works just as well as long as you don't overload the tumbler. Not to mention that I don't have to handle the cases again as I put them into the dehydrator.
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