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eboadway

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    Ed Boadway

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  1. I have several RHT holsters, all work great! Never had a gun pop out resetting steel, pasting targets, harassing the range staff, etc...
  2. Maybe it also has the tighter lockup of the original X5...
  3. Odd, I have about 20 mags, never seen this!
  4. I'd run them in practice for a bit. Mine were very tight for a while, but then loosened up. I can now do 23+1 with no problems...
  5. It is an ideal mount for now, but if the "latest and greatest" sight is different, or if Sig changes the bolt pattern...
  6. Made a few target traps and shot in the basement for the first time. Great tool here in the Northeast where it's 20 degrees outside! Used 1/2 scale targets and worked great!
  7. Xtremes are more "slender" and tend to be more forgiving when loaded longer...
  8. I agree with you, Chutist. I have 2 with 3XL's on Springer plates. Great setup!
  9. Does it go bang when you pull the trigger?
  10. Interesting. Much faster than using a single stage...
  11. Another fan of the Karl Bibb bullet feeder. Look him up on Facebook...
  12. I have never had an unprimed case, but do recommend an endoscope to check for a good powder charge (I have a bullet feeder).
  13. I lightly sanded the insert face and they still popped off. I switched the insert out with my old DAA racer ones and they seem more secure. Not very confidence-inspiring to do a reload and have a chunk of your mag pouch pop off...
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