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About IHMSA15151

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  • Birthday 04/06/1954

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    Langley, WA
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    Steel Challenge, 3 Gun, USPSA, Pistol Silhouette
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    Steve Mooney

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  1. So a follow up. I took my D-60 to the range today and tested it with my 3 Gun rifle, the wife's home defense rifle and a guy that just happened to be at the range who had an AR with him. It worked flawless in all three rifles. I tested it full to the max and with just 10 or so left in it. Not one issue. It wasn't freezing out but was on the cold side, in the low 40's first thing this morning. It takes a little getting use to as far as loading it up but once I found a technique that worked well for me it wasn't all that bad. Definitely something you want to do way before you're "on deck".
  2. Might be something to ask Robin Taylor about at Taylor Freelance. He makes some great mag bases with mounting attachment for regular style AR mags.
  3. Great info guys, thanks. Mine just arrived so I'll give it a test run after Christmas.
  4. Best deal I found was yesterday for $93 at Primary Arms. Not sure if it was a Cyber Monday thing or if they still have them at that price.
  5. I've been thinking of grabbing one of the PMag 60 rd drum mags with all the sales going on right now. Anyone running one? Main use would be for 3 gun (and of course zombies). How do you like it and does if function reliably or have you had issues? Thanks, Steve
  6. I have a converted baby stroller that I put a large Midway range bag in the center. It has plenty of pockets and compartments in it to hold all my rifle mags as well as my shotgun mags. Plus all the other tons of gear I carry around for 3gun. I built a tray off the front that holds an ammo box and all my ammo goes in it to free up more space in the bag.
  7. At the time I was setting this up I was told 6 coils off of a carbine spring. Function is fine, just a bit hard getting the bolt locked back.
  8. Ok, my new backplate arrived so I took everything apart. The carbine spring with the coils cut per Taccom recommendations comes out to 9" long. I'll most likely end up ordering one of their flat springs in hopes of making it easier to lock the bolt back.
  9. That's what mine was. It really was a noticeable difference. Still a bit of a long pull but smooth and light.
  10. It's this one: https://m3tacticaltech.com/collections/all/vr80-backplate#MainContent
  11. I have the cut carbine spring in mine. I just ordered a aftermarket backplate for my VR80. When it comes I'll take it apart and measure the spring if someone else doesn't chime in first.
  12. I'm one of the "unlucky ones" even with a good cleaning the choke tubes won't fit. It's only in one small area where a couple of the vent slots are, but it's enough to not let them through. I've heard reports of the newer ones having more clearance. I'm just going to wait for the Taccom comp to come out.
  13. They have a comp in the works, supposed to be about a month. I was told it will have a large enough inside diameter to actually allow the choke tubes to come through.
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