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ecolyer325

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About ecolyer325

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    Finally read the FAQs
  • Birthday 03/25/1986

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    Bucks County, PA
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    Other than shooting, anything outdoors: mountain biking, backpacking, rock climbing.
  • Real Name
    Eric Colyer

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  1. Yes. The pocket pro can go much lower than the CED7000. I have both, I like the CED for dry fire due to the size and how fast I can change par times, but I have the rubber case on it and put dense foam in front of the buzzer to quiet it down. Sent from my SM-G928V using Tapatalk
  2. I'm running it for my .40 setup. It works well. Had a few ringers here and there and it stopped it right away. Just took a little tweaking to get it set, other than the extra small nut it is easier to get set. Sent from my SM-G928V using Tapatalk
  3. I've used auto brake cleaner, I have a larger supply being a tech, on many guns. It works really well at removing all the grim. It also works really well at removing oil from anywhere it gets into. So if you spray it into the trigger parts it may take away to much of the oil and you will want to strip it and re-oil/lube everything. If I'm not detail stripping the gun I will usually just use the brake cleaner in the slide and barrel and it you're careful you can hit the frame rails. Also you can just spray it right onto a rag and wipe everything down. And brake clean destroys fiber optic and and adhesives. So be careful but it does work well, that's why gun scrubber works, it's brake clean with firearm marketing. Sent from my SM-G928V using Tapatalk
  4. Welcome! I'm from Bucks County. So not too far from your area. And like other people have said there is plenty of shooting in our general area. Search for clubs in Area 8 on the USPSA sight, I know of 3 or four within 2 hours. Sent from my SM-G928V using Tapatalk
  5. They also have quantity discounts. The codes are listed in their website, min 10k round order but I think it's better than 5% off. Sent from my SM-G928V using Tapatalk
  6. I roll size all my brass, I really on reload .40. It serves a few purposes for me, along with helping the feeding issues related to .40. Roll sizing is another step/check of my brass. If I have a 9mm,or any other oddball brass, sneak in I will know before loading. I can cull any brass the is excessively hard to roll size. And it helps to get any last little bit of media out of the cases before it goes to the reloader. It serves me as another check and balance along with the function of better brass. Sent from my SM-G928V using Tapatalk
  7. Being new into USPSA you might be thinking that your grip is sufficient but during a match situation some people tend to let there grip lax a bit. And during a match you may not even realize you are no longer gripping hard and might be causing the issues. Next live fire practice session play with your grip and see if you can induce a failure. It's also possible that everything might need a good cleaning. A few polymer guns of mine do weird things after the get really dirty. And make sure your mags are clean and fully seated too. Sent from my SM-G928V using Tapatalk
  8. I recently received my Mark 7, I have everything setup with all but the bullet sensor installed on the machine to load .40, so I'm running the powder sense. I have a Mr bullet feeder so I have a combination seater/crimping die. At this time I really dislike this die and am thinking about doing away with the powder sense and going back to the two separate dies. I just have more confidence in consistent ammo with 2 stations as opposed to 1. So is the powder sense really worth having, I never had a squib or double charge while running the machine by hand and the mark 7 actaully makes everything else way more consistent compared to human input. Anyone else not running a powder sense and going just fine? Sent from my SM-G928V using Tapatalk
  9. I would like to see one. Not necessarily own one. Sent from my SM-G928V using Tapatalk
  10. I've used a variety of primers in the vibra prime. It's finicky occasionally but it does its job, especially for the $40 I spent of it. You will figure out the little quirks once you use it. I also just pop off the plastic pickup portion of the primer tube and load directly into that tube. It works for me but again can be quirky. Sent from my SM-G928V using Tapatalk
  11. Right on point with this Sent from my SM-G928V using Tapatalk
  12. I don't believe the CED does this. Or at least I can't figure out how to make it do it Sent from my SM-G928V using Tapatalk
  13. Focus on a couple specific things during each session. You want to identify the issue you are having, hopefully the are being worked on in dry fire. Then find the drills that represent your issue and work on them during live fire to verify that your dry fire is working. Plus focusing on a few drill at one time will allow you to really focus on that drill and get more reps in to help diagnos any issue you may be having. Sent from my SM-G928V using Tapatalk
  14. There is a technique in quit a few practical shooting books that say with the help of a second person, get your grip on the gun that you consistently want, the second person will then make two marks on both hands. By doing this you can verify that you are continually getting the same grip and have visual evidence. Work on it slowly and feeling where your hands are hitting the gun as you start your draw. It will take time and practice but be consistent in practice, eventually you won't put much thought into it and only notice when you really screwed your grip up. Also grip the gun as hard as you can. Sent from my SM-G928V using Tapatalk
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