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About superluckycat

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    Mike Ross

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  1. Long loaded rounds feed more reliably in 2011's. Not necessary in a CZ.
  2. MBF here. Load 180 grain FP coated Blue Bullets and SNI with no issues. Love it. Solid investment.
  3. I can skip rope like a mofo from boxing training years ago. I don't see where it's made my shooting any better.
  4. Man, it's been so long I don't even remember.
  5. As stated above, recoil is a thing. After a lot of work my times are as fast or faster shooting major but still not as accurate.
  6. My thumb feels lost and alone when I shoot without one now.
  7. I'd say it depends on how much room you have. I just use the 1/3 scale targets because I can simulate out to 25 yards in my garage. 25 feet is roughly equal to 25 yards with 1/3 scale targets.
  8. I disassemble, clean and lube mine about every 1000 rounds. In between I just wipe off the gunk (Titegroup, nuff said) and keep it lubed.
  9. Huh. I found the Shooter's Connection belt to be too stiff and prefer the CR Speed belt. Just comes down to personal preference I guess.
  10. Haven't updated this in a while but still practicing. I've gotten more serious about taking videos. So here's some from today's practice: 1.87s Bill Drill 29 points 2.20s Blake Drill. Need to knock .10s off my transitions to get these under 2.00s. Moving Blake Mini Course
  11. I don't shoot as much as I'd like or need to. Once a week whether it's practice or a match. Didn't make any matches this month because of family obligations. I really need a place in the country with my own range.
  12. Definitely. His videos taught me how to tune mags too. Good stuff.
  13. A little more tension on the left leaf of the sear spring fixed it. Get a nice "click" now at 1/4 and full cock. Looks like I had hammer follow going on too. Thanks for the help.
  14. I'm aware few parts are "drop in" for a 1911. I'd rather start with a new spring (they're cheap) to eliminate a variable. I don't mind doing some tuning.
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