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mchapman

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  1. I don't think that they are nicer boxes any more, blue plastic vs gray plastic. No metal cases or wood presentation boxes just plain old plastic.
  2. mchapman

    S&W 929

    If you are wanting a Safariland, then I think that the 02 comp is the one that will work with the 929. I like the North Mountain 5 post that gives you 10 loaded moons. Another holder that is really good is the Johnson Precision Mag Rack with 8 posts.
  3. I think the modified comp lll are what you will find, The jeloaders are hard to find.
  4. Oh I fully understand that about the Federals, I was just trying to answering the OP's question is there any benefit to bobbing the hammer and I think with a bobbed hammer you can run a lighter trigger to still set off harder primers vs one with a spur still on. With the primer situation these days one may have to look at what ever is available.
  5. I think that the S&W 686/586 is the most common, some use the Model 66 and 19's, this is the one division that Colt and Ruger both have guns that can be used as well but there are other brands out there for less $ if you can find the supporting equipment for them , speedloaders and holsters.
  6. I would assume that all of of this was with fully seated Federal primers? How much would it change if you were to use harder CCI primers. I think that is where a bigger difference would show up in the pros or cons of bobbed or not.
  7. Down to the wire, those that are coming to shoot are going to have a great time, those who ain't coming, sucks to be you you're going to miss a fun match.
  8. I don't think that you can count on that. For instance at my range the size of the bays determine what stage will fit in it, and we have numbered bays and that numbering does not change. The MD can and usually does change the order to the ones that are actually in the bays. I would say that squad 1 will start in stage 1/bay 1 but I couldn't tell you what SC number it will be unless you are at my range.
  9. All rimfire in steel challenge is start from low ready no holster required. And I can see nothing wrong with transitioning to strong during a string, nothing says you can't.
  10. Coming up next weekend, Friday lunch is Philly cheesesteak, and Saturday is Smoked Brisket and Brats. looking to be a Great weekend and Match. Again A BIG THANK YOU to ALL of our sponsors.
  11. You would do well to check out all of Tim's stuff. This is one choice and he is the only one that makes a light weight barrel for the S&W 15-22, I just got done with one of those and it comes in at 3lbs 6ozs, super light for a 15-22.
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