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  1. Ss minor is the same as production. Id say GMs shoot competitively against each other no matter the gun. Both have 10rmds and a good trigger. Ss minor is production in my eyes.
  2. I switched from titegroup. Little cleaner. Can push another couple hundred before i clean. Doesnt seem to make the oil on the gun as gunky as fast.
  3. Not sure im overly impressed if the 1100 is basically the same as the 1050. All the parts are compatible. The priming system still doesnt look the best and the priming spring thing can be put on my 1050. All they did is change the name?
  4. I did notice this on the data. Im at 4.8 gr for a 180 bayou to make a 173PF at 1.2 oal. 200gr is 3.6 max but with shorter oal. Im surprised it drops the charge weight so much.
  5. Thanks everyone. Will see if i can find a handle or fabricate one. Not a rifle guy so ill have to figure out a user for this.
  6. Side veiw. Also assuming im miss a handle for it.
  7. Recently my grandfather passed and going through his reloading room. Not sure what this is or who it is made by. Any help would be apperciated. I believe it is some form of priming station for precision rifle.
  8. As everyone else has said, these are awesome triggers. Every 1911/2011 I own has the Triglide in them.
  9. I never found their prices to be that appealing. The saving grace was the brass credit program. But even then what they sold a case of reloaded ammo for was the same I could buy it at a LGS.
  10. FWIW. The tactical community does have deeper pockets. but I feel they are getting away from their own niche market. This drives people to purchase their competition guns from other builders. Or be like me and pay out the waazoo for a BNIB Trojan. Also, still having issues with my DVC, I called in the other day and was just asking about the weight limit on the gun. STI offered that they will 'warranty' the gun and cut metal out of the gun in order for the gun to make Classic/SS division weight. Which is a nice. Still kind of messed up that they produced and advertised a gun that was legal and actually wasn't.
  11. OAL 1.135 TiteGroup: 3.2gr 135gr Bayou Mixed range brass and whatever primers are cheapest (usually Winchester)
  12. Other than the fact they dont make any 1911s anymore past the DVC Classic. I feel they are quickly getting away from the competition market with guns like the cost carry comp and whatnot. Personal opinion though. I've called in a few times over the last month for questions about this or that and they always answer the phone. Which has been a step up from last year when I had issues with my DVC Classic
  13. No I do not help set up....BUT... The club(s) sets up after work Friday or Saturday before the match so I cant get out there because of my work schedule...
  14. Second ^ Was good up until then. After they started doing stupid stuff and lost my interest
  15. Save your brass and sell it to me In hindsight I realize my post was not helpful, apologies. Gunbot, ammoseek are both good websites to kind of get a base line. Look for Manufacture rebates from Federal, Magtech Etc. See if any local loaders or ranges want to buy your brass back (helps the bottom line). Since shipping will sometimes eat your money, Sometimes ranges have a remanufactured ammo supplier stocking their shelves for the range ammo. Trace that company back to the source and see if they'll load you whatever you want 124/147 and buy a few thousand. A local guy here does blazer 124gr cases. IF the class is outside can shoot steel Wolf stuff for cheap.
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