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  1. I use blue Loctite on the screw and a small strip of tape in the dove tail. Have found that after removing/installing for cleaning, the fit between the racker and dovetail loosen a bit, the tape tightens it up. I now only install the racker for competition.
  2. The big issue would be, how long is your barrel chamber to the bullet loaded to the length you want? Physical internal dimension of the mag is stated above.
  3. That would be real tight, maybe, maybe 1.26 or .27, with super comp, inside front to back dimension is 1.300"
  4. I'm at 1.250" on MBX no problem, there is a little more, but I am comfortable with this, and no failures so far. Sorry, just checked, 1.240"
  5. The reason I have a Caspian is the narrower frame, fits my small hand. I have Caspian mags, and MBX mags, prefer the MBX, they feed the rounds better. Yes they are expensive, but are plug and play. I've been tempted to try the Tangfo?
  6. I run steel Caspian's, about 45 oz. empty, not sure about the titanium, but don't think I would go much more. I have been wanting to try a different mag? I use MBX mags, they work! 22 in 140 and 27 in 171. I use 38SC, but have known those who use 9x23? both work.
  7. I never considered the contact area of one compared to the other, so I checked my open cone comp and compared it to my limited bull barrel, and there is a different wear pattern on the contacting surfaces. I have been leaning towards a one piece barrel/comp because of the comp clocking when hot.
  8. Are there any advantages/disadvantages to using either one? I am going to build another open gun, my current is using a cone comp, and want to consider all options. Will probably stick with KKM, both my open and limited guns have them, I like the quality. Staying with 38 SC and probably no popple holes?
  9. Why can't you, it is struck just as the paper, steel is supposed to be painted for every shooter. If there is a visible strike, it was hit by the shooters bullet and didn't just fall?
  10. So, why does a shooter get misses on paper, and a reshoot on steel? Shooting through the wall is still shooting through the wall!
  11. fits gage, match, or wise practice or local
  12. Answered my own question on the barrel, Remington's site says ramped.
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