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About paramajic4

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    Finally read the FAQs

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    Multi-gun and USPSA Pistol
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    Dave Beebe

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  1. At the risk of getting yelled at for not checking the threads, I am going to ask if anyone could give me a starting recoil spring weight for a 1911 in 40 S&W. This is a new build (1st in this caliber). P.S I did do a search and came up empty Thanks
  2. Has anyone loaded the Hornady 75 grain HPBT at a 2.240 COL? I am looking to load it with 23 gr's of TAC. 2.240 is the max length I need to get it feed reliably from my PMAGS. Lyman manual say's 2.260 COL. I'm not looking for extreme accuracy, I am looking for a load to put the hurt on a MGM spinner target at 100 yds. Will the decreased COL make this round unsafe. Thanks
  3. That all makes sense, thanks for the education.
  4. Ok, I have a probably stupid question but i'll ask anyway. I have never shot open but have been considering it. Currently shoot Limited with a .40 and 3-gun with a 9mm. Reload both. It is easier to make PF with heavier bullets and my guns are more controllable with heavier bullets (147 gr 9mm and 180 gr .40). why doesn't this seem to apply to 9mm major? Why run 115 or 124 9mm?
  5. That's kind of what I thought. Want to buy an AR-10 and would like to use it for both heavy metal and long range local competitions. Probably should just go with .308
  6. I haven't used their brass but I like their bullets
  7. Looking for a good rifle to give long range shooting a try. Found a good sale on the Savage 10 Ashbury in 6.5 Creedmore. Is this a good entry level gun? Other option is to rebarrel one of my AR's to .224 Valkyrie. Thoughts?
  8. Just saw on Facebook that Xtreme Bullets has filed chapter 11. Post says they are still in operation and selling product. I use a lot of their bullets. Hope they stick around
  9. Thanks for the comments. Apparently can't really go wrong with either one.
  10. paramajic4

    DVC open

    So, I considering making the jump into open for both 3-gun and USPSA and I am considering the STI DVC open. As I am not sure what to ask for I would prefer a gun ready to run and not have to have something built custom. Two questions; is this a good gun for the price, and second, what has to be done to have the gun work right for 3-gun shooting minor power factor. I currently shoot CZ's, would a Czechmate be a better option?
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