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  1. perttime

    Is vvn320 worth the extra cost

    You've tried a few different powders but not N320. There's no harm in trying some powders to see if there's one that works best for you. N320 is another powder that works great for 9mm Minor and .40 Major. I use it for .45ACP Major, too, but it is a little on the slow side there, at least with 230 grain bullets.
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    Why not a custom Wilson combat for SS?

    People have different philosophies about buying and owning things. A pistol might be a tool for competing, but it can also be a thing that strikes you as special - and you want to keep it forever if you can. The two things don't necessarily exclude each other. Like, I have a couple of pretty decent old guitars that are also special to me beyond their sound and playability. I suppose you could say that they have a significant amount of sentimental value.
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    Hodgdon Titegroup vs VV N320 for 9mm

    124 grain bullets to Minor might be pushing the pressures a bit with N310. Depends.
  4. perttime

    IDPA is a GAME!

    Because IPSC/USPSA had become games?
  5. perttime

    Can anyone top 9 procedurals?

    If RO collides with you, it is interference -> reshoot. I hear there have been cases with a competitor chasing the RO, so there'd be a collision and reshoot. Thats unsportsmanlike behavior -> DQ.
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    Hodgdon Titegroup vs VV N320 for 9mm

    What is too fast or too slow depends on what you are trying to accomplish. N320 should be about right for 9mm Minor or .40 Major. It is on the slow side for .45 Major. 9mm Major? Don't even think about it.
  7. perttime

    9mm load question

    Sounds about right, based on Vihtavuori data. Chrono it and see if you need a little more, or not.
  8. perttime

    Why not a custom Wilson combat for SS?

    "Nice to have" is always a good reason - as long as you can still afford to buy food for the kids.
  9. I've never owned lots of guns. Only ever sold one: a slightly unusual rifle. Wish I'd kept that one.... Going to the range, I might pick a revolver, 1911 or a 9mm Glock, depending on mood or which range I'm going to. Undecided on which I'll compete with next year.
  10. perttime

    Limited Ready Glock17

    As long as you start with a real Glock magazine.... Add a pasepad of your choice.
  11. perttime

    Why not a custom Wilson combat for SS?

    Legal for IPSC Classic. It's the indian, not the arrow. That certainly does apply. But if you want something a bit out of the ordinary - and can afford it - go for it. The pistol that you WANT is probably less than the car you WANT.
  12. perttime

    Why not a custom Wilson combat for SS?

    A Wilson should be good. I suspect a Les Baer Premier 2 with a magwell added would be about right for me, though.
  13. I don't recall you. There were a few with longer and more cryptic names when I looked.
  14. At least this time it was probably obvious enough for Mods to pick up.
  15. Who are these new members who dig up old or ancient threads and add short posts to them? I see posts from at least four, each posting in several threads, and then there's another new name posting in several threads, and so on.
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