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  1. If you can get a pic of the extractor out of the slide, I'm sure someone can identify it.
  2. Take a look at the blue plastic piece at the end of the priming tube. It could be buggered up.
  3. I run an 11lb IMSI recoil spring and a 19lb hammer spring with 170PF ammo. Oddly enough, I have noticed the difference in springs between Wolff,. spring and imsi. I like the IMSi the best.
  4. I would be fine with that OAL variation as long as my rounds passed the plunk test at 1.240. If I new the max OAL was 1.230 and I had rounds load to 1.240, I would shorten my OAL to 1.220 knowing that my longer rounds (1.230) woudn't have a problem passing the test. Regarding load weight variation, I load n320 and see the occasional variation of .5 grains. With CFE, It was always spot on without any variation to speak of. I hope this helps.
  5. I have the model prior to that and it is an excellent cooker.
  6. This is the way. Great trigger group that requires very little to get and keep running.
  7. I use an automated 1050 for 40 and can tell you that I definitely needed to use case lube with the MA die. If I didn't use lube, the press would bind up while sizing.
  8. My range bag has a dedicated pocket for oil bottles and they stay upright. Never had any leakage to worry about and I use Lucas lube which has a tight fitting needle tip and red cap. Fits tight and doesn't leak.
  9. Mine is pretty flat shooting with 147's. What recoil spring are you using?
  10. 5.7.7 In the event that a Range Officer terminates a course of fire due to a suspicion that a competitor has an unsafe firearm or unsafe ammunition (e.g.a “squib” load), the Range Officer will take whatever steps he deems necessary to return both the competitor and the range to a safe condition. The Range Officer will then inspect the firearm or ammunition and proceed as follows:
  11. It doesn't look like they use an aftermarket barrel (serial number is on the barrel like the stock barrels).
  12. I have only run 147's in my S2 and they fed and shot without any issues. As mentioned above, CZ's have short throats and you have to make sure the rounds pass the plunk test.
  13. I use n320 and 147's almost exclusively. 3.1-3.2 is a good load for USPSA with an OAL of 1.120. Be sure to plunk test before you commit to the length. 3.1 and 147 make 130PF out of my S2
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