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  1. BOOM

    Johnny Glocks

    In my opinion Jonny Glock is really a good guy, and more of a type of giver than just a taker. I asked a lot of questions he's not trying to hide anything to how he does his triggers.
  2. what name brand? fits clean?
  3. I'd say having accurate slug, would be consistent group size. @ 50, 75 and 100 yards
  4. No expert either; but Tom from MOA precision would be able to help.
  5. Good all round LM choke. Tru-ball has (always) seemed inconstant on accuracy at least for my Stoeger , but listing to other's here there the most reliable. No never have run a Fiocchi 1300 fps, only 1150 fps very soft shooting. How did they compare to Tru-ball in your Stoeger
  6. Tru-Ball = reliability, but these are always all over NO consistency. Liked the Flocchi 1150 fps they worked and were very soft on recoi,l but due to the reliability issue I went with the Federals I've been trying to get these again, but they seem to be discontinued. Is there anything that's grouping for you guys:::
  7. Seriously Federal TRU-BALL slugs are junk for accuracy in a Stoeger
  8. update filled buffer with nylon spacers from ACE hardware = 1.10 oz.. adjust gas block again to lock open + 1/4 turn for cold weather reliability Now empty brass 3 o'clock
  9. Yea was going to start that again, Carbine Empty buffer is at 1 1/2 turns out to bolt locking back, and a 1/2 turn extra for reliability.Not much to work with. It seems that it might be about (tuning the buffer weight to each rifle) much like JP silent sys. Add or subtract weight till every thing is working as best it can = a compromise.
  10. Empty buffer; need Help in diagnosing why? Using a carbine buffer tube mid length gas system. With the gas block adjusted and a Empty carbine Buffer the brass is flying forward ( Not 3 o'clock). Changing only the buffer to a standard weight 3 oz.carbine buffer. The brass now ejects 3 o'clock.
  11. Add a comp, adj gas block, LW bolt, 10% reduce power buffer spring and empty your buffer. Adjust your gun so it locks open on a empty mag + 1/2 turn for reliability cold weather. Brass is ejecting 2 o'clock rifle is over gassed you cannot turn the gas down or the bolt will not lock back. Question add some weight back to the buffer
  12. Trubl; Do you sell a true 20% reduced spring, or make your own in house
  13. Easy; Remove the retaining pin. Place the buffer into a 2 ft piece of PVC with the ID the same as the OD of the buffer. Holding the PVC pipe vertical bonce it off the floor 3 to 5 times hard. should come out
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