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Garmil

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    Garrad Miller

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  1. Garmil

    EGW 7 hole Chamber checker

    I use the 7 hole checker. What idescribe was saying makes sense but I disagree. Making rounds fit that tightly cut checker is not difficult and ensures you have a "perfect" round that is much more likely to work in any gun not just the one you have in mind to use while you're loading them.
  2. Garmil

    Hodgdon Titegroup vs VV N320 for 9mm

    I also like N320 and haven't had any problems with it despite reading all over that it's too fast. N310 and N320 both work great, probably not worth the price over other powders though.
  3. Garmil

    45acp in PCC

    There is the guard, the lone wolf piston one, and a bunch of companies making normal Glock mag versions.
  4. Garmil

    New CZC Gun

    They're cheap guns/slides, factory threaded versions, comps made for them. Factory frame for carry, heavy for just shooting or comps, wouldnt mind for a suppressor host.
  5. Garmil

    New CZC Gun

    Wish they would make a heavry steel frame that accepts p-09 slides.
  6. Garmil

    PCC red dot. Which one?

    Trying an Athlon RD13 like it so far.
  7. He didn't flag an Acog that's just the forum advertising software at work. Acog isn't a red dot.
  8. Garmil

    Vortex Razor 1-6

    I don't think there is anything wrong with a 8x SFP. Most targets that you're going to be using 6x on 8x would work but better more often than not.
  9. Garmil

    Laugo Arms Alien

    Some are sure but seems people don't see that as a big problem. Lots of people have been buying $5500 Atlas Nemesis in one configuration off the shelf.
  10. Garmil

    Sub-$400 optic

    Mounted mine up today. It's surprisingly nice for the price. At full MSRP I think a PST gen 2 beats it. At the sub $300 price it's definitely nicer than a strike eagle. Glass is decent, true 1x and a pretty flat image. Dot is not daylight bright. Eye box is good not great. Turrets are the best I've felt for a made in China scope nice tactile clicks. Atsr1 reticle looks good in person the small dots are just big enough to see well and not cover much of the target. The open sections to bracket with I'm not used to but should work fine. Does not come with any type of caps or a battery.
  11. Garmil

    Laugo Arms Alien

    Premium 2011s cost a lot more than they should too so it might still sell time will tell.
  12. Garmil

    CZ TS Grip Reduction

    I did it with a Dremel then a little sanding by hand.
  13. Garmil

    Slide mounted Dot

    I've had both and both worked fine. Frame mounted is easier to track and better for the application. Slide mounted is only a plus for a gun that you are wanting to use multiple slides or remove the dot and run sights at some point.
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