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  1. Oh that sucks. I had this done a few years back and they were still doing their own finishing then.
  2. I'd be inclined to get the np3 finish, I had a pair of stock 3s that I had refinished by robar with np3 on the slide/internals and their black anodizing on the frame. That's held up fairly well for competition shooting over the last few years.
  3. That's normal, you really don't want those to slide lock anyway.
  4. If you're doing it by hand, it doesn't make sense to process then reload. But I process and reload on an mk7 autodrive because I'm nuts.
  5. You sure those are the two piece shellshock cases? Those are nickel cases with a steel rim.
  6. Well ok then, ship them to me. [emoji1787][emoji1787]
  7. Limpro uses the long slide recoil springs.
  8. Left is factory. I've never seen the right hand trigger profile before.
  9. It's two separate tubes. The small primer tube is blue. The large primer tube is red.
  10. AMMOLOAD and IMT are under the same corporate umbrella as FM.
  11. You won't see that with new brass anymore, it's older stock you have to keep an eye for from freedom.
  12. Most 45 isn't crimped...tight primer pockets yes with S&B headstamps. This headstamp and IMI headstamp brass are the only ones I've found a noticeable crimp ring, even with swaging I've still crushed the occasional cci primer during seating on a 1050.
  13. Usually I'd notice premature wear on the sear tail itself that contacts the hammer hooks. The tail on the unica sear is...maybe HALF the size of the stock/extreme tail, so when that edge goes, that's where the hammer would drop into a DA pull from SA. The angle on the disco wing is probably what's causing the early drop in DA.
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