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    Northern, IL
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    Skeet shooting, trap shooting, sporting clays, archery, hunting, alpine skiing/snow boarding, MX/HS/HH/GNCC riding with occasional racing & of course USPSA & occasional IDPA
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    Scott Bradley

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  1. Sounds like it was awesome! Glad this lockdown madness is coming to an end.
  2. Congrats on the new 750. Welcome Upsdude!
  3. Welcome aboard!
  4. Welcome to the forum, SaintD!
  5. Welcome to the forum, Dave!
  6. That cracking rear was an issue for some older design WC SS mags also. Had to drag a needle file in the top back corners to avoid stress cracks. They fixed the designs years ago. ACT doublestack mags have been very dependable and durable for me. Well made tubes at a great price! Just verify feedlip spacing on all new mags.
  7. Just do a bit of file work with several range trips in between until you are satisfied. Go slow..test...file..test. Hit the range on a cloudy day and on a bright day.
  8. Yes especially 9mm, due to variances in bore between manufacturers. Just like old school lubed lead proper sizing is vital. Try a bit extra bake time AT temp. Once you are dialed in on sizing check pre-seating flare and post crimp to ensure coating is not compromised.
  9. Just drop them on the carpet..they will be fine. Large gravel and rough concrete are the only surfaces that really make me grimace, but on the clock you need to do what you need to do. Carpeting is cushy compared to what you will eventually drop them on.
  10. Welcome to the forum, 99mpower! One if these days we will get to shoot USPSA again.
  11. Hope you had a good one, Brian!
  12. Great username. Welcome aboard, Ammosexual!
  13. Welcome to the forum, JRO233!
  14. Welcome to the forum, Mike!
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