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  • Birthday 10/03/1995

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    Herriman Utah
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    Shooting, Hunting, Fishing.
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    Wyatt John McNeill

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  1. WJM

    CHA-LEE's Tale

    Split at 1:28 sounded like a ~.10. Holy moses.
  2. Just in case anyone was still reading this. New Stock 2 with mag inserted, weighed 45.4 ounces at Area 2. Old Stock 2 with mag inserted, 43.8 ounces at Area 2. Now considering the max is 46, kinda interesting that they made it that close to the edge. Thanks EAA.
  3. I think I solved this issue. Basically I think I had replaced the extractor with either a non stock one, or a different one. Or perhaps the springs got confused when I put the new extractor in, and it may have been my old Tanfoglio Stock 2 .40 extractor spring. Don't know exactly, however, I replaced it and have been almost 8k rounds through both my guns without a malfunction. LPS, extraction, anything. Wyatt
  4. Just chrono'd my two Tanfo's back to back. Old one chrono'd at 129pf, new one chrono'd at 133. Which means I now have to build two different rounds all the time. When I bump up the powder to get the old one to 133, that knocks the new Tanfo up to around 138-140 which is very noticeable compared to the previous ammo. Kind of a pain in the ass to be honest. Wyatt
  5. I figured it would be interesting to compile all of the differences we have noticed in our New vs Old Tanfoglio Stock 2's Limited Pro's and Stock 3's. For those who don't know, the "Old" Stock 2 have a longer barrel, more checkering, and a different beavertail seen here. Left is new, right is old. Bottom is new, top is old. New is right, old is left. Now, after a quick running over of the checkering fixed that issue no problem. Here are the things that I have found between the two guns. The new one chrono's higher than the old one. I can't explain why this would make sense (shorter barrel SHOULD chrono less) however the new Tanfo chrono's around 5 fps faster on average. The checkering on the new one is lessened, however this can be fixed. Eric Grauffel xtreme grips don't fit both of them the same. The distance between the magwell is slightly different and doesn't fit the gun as well with those grips. The barrel is shorter. The gun itself is wider, I had to loosen my holster before it actually was able to go in smoothly. It is heavier. I can't give an exact amount as of right now, but it definitely is slightly heavier. The barrel throat is shorter on the new model compared to the old. I have to load my lead ammo at 1.050" in the new one, however in the same old one I could load to 1.125" all day long. Anyone else?
  6. I have also tried different bullets. Has happened with Montana Golds along with Xtremes. At this point for match ammo I am going to be buying Starline, testing them out once, and then loading them all the same over the winter to make sure that the bullets work.
  7. I have had this issue for around 20k rounds. I have tried an XP extractor spring, another XP extractor spring, a new extractor, and nothing has worked. I am of the belief that it is purely a brass issue. I have run 500 brass through the gun, seen which ones had issues, and the ones that didn't I kept and reloaded for a major match. Didn't have issues with any of them. WJM
  8. WJM

    CHA-LEE's Tale

    It was awesome seeing you shoot a stage or two and awesome to meet you. Wyatt McNeill
  9. I like em wet... But that isn't it. With the Tanfo I dry off the gun after I clean it. There is more dust here than anywhere. Plus my practice is in the desert. Basically bombing ranges. More sand and dust out here. Will test out 3 gun equipment well though. Wyatt
  10. I clean my mags on every single stage I shoot. Where I shoot the dust is so bad and the wind is so bad I have actually had to clean my gun after a few stages because it just cakes on the gun. I also had to clean my holster every match. Dust catches in there causes my gun to scratch. Wyatt
  11. Remember our deal Praetorian. Now you have to zero a stage at Utah. Titan hammer with EG light springs pop CCI rifles all day long haven't had an issue yet. Wyatt
  12. Just went and measured the gun 5 minutes ago. Sticks out about ~1.7" from my belt so I believe this is fully within the rules. Shot a match today with the holster and it performed flawlessly, and ran very smooth and well. Thanks, WJM
  13. Herriman! Basically south Salt Lake City! WJM
  14. So since this is a custom holster the only way to really get one of these is to have a Stock 2 mold. The only issue with this is since most people will be out of the state of Utah the custom holster maker would need to use my gun to make the holster (Since they don't make Stock 2 gun molds.). If people would want these contact Justin Lytton at Jalytton@hotmail.com and when he gets enough people he can build them on the same day and just use my gun as a mold. Thanks, WJM
  15. Yes it does! Except the trim on mine looks better in my opinion, it has different screw holes designed for the Stoeger hand tighteners, and also is more flared near the ejection port allowing easier re-holstering. Around $100. Fit it for me so it is exactly how I wanted it. Its super slick, and to me it looks gorgeous especially with the color scheme. He could make one for a Stock 3 if I had the gun for it to make the mold. Since I only have a Large Frame Stock 2 I believe thats the only one that could be done. It seemed like a big price at the beginning, but for a completely custom holster that is more slick than my BladeTech plus it looks 10x better. Thanks, WJM
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