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  1. Silicone rod or silicone in a tube? For separation, I drill holes through the brass case so it's obvious from a distance. Thanks, --j
  2. Revolver reloads and dry fire are an essential part of training with a revolver. I've been using commercial snap caps, but they lack both the correct weight and the durability for continuous practice. Paloverde Gun Works makes correct weight snap caps, with a lead bullet and a brass case for...$5.00 each. Has anyone tried to make their own? Investigating possible firing pin cushions for the primer pocket, several varieties of plastic rod are available in 3/16" (0.1875"). Spec for the small pistol primer pocket is 0.1745". Seems to me one should be able to make firing pin cushions for home-made dummy rounds, either take a little off and glue them in place or heat soften them and press them in. Wondering if anyone has tried this. Which plastic did you use? Where did you source it? What was your installation procedure? Thanks in advance. --j
  3. Building stages for an ICORE match in Practiscore, the functionality is there to manage the required number of hits on paper targets, but the steel targets can only be scored as A or M. If I build two steel targets into the stage, I only get to score two shots, one on each. What about stages that require multiple shots on non-falling steel? Would be nice to have the same functionality for steel as for paper: being able to designate the number of shots required for each target. The work-around, I suppose for now, is to count the multiple hit steel targets in with the paper targets, and ignore the B and C zones. It's either A or M. Any other ideas? --j
  4. Trying to figure out setting up stages in Practiscore for a club match, using ICORE rules. Uses the term "Steel NPMs". Googled it and get a whole bunch of references to java script libraries. Not helpful. I'd appreciate it if someone could clue me in. Thanks, --j
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