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clw42

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    Brian Whitney

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  1. The more I use mine, the more I like it. You kind of get a knack for flipping the primers over with the aggressive lines the more you use it. I do the same with the DAA unit, just take off the yellow fitting and stick it in the prima fill.
  2. I've found this tough to beat for $20 https://www.amazon.com/Drago-Gear-Double-Pistol-Black/dp/B00TAFZF4M/ref=sr_1_3?crid=3CRS2JN8MWYCY&dchild=1&keywords=drago+gun+bag&qid=1604269660&sprefix=drago+%2Caps%2C207&sr=8-3
  3. The goal is to be target focused and not be looking through the window of the red dot to see the sight on the target. You should be looking to a spot on the target that you want to shoot, the dot shows up at that spot and then you shoot. If you're looking through the window, then your following the gun around with your eyes. The gun should be following your eyes. If you're doing it right, the image you see won't change whether the dot is covered or not. Another thing to try is dimming it way down (for training purposes, obviously you want to be able to see it on a sunny day outside). A b
  4. My Primafill arrived today. I like it. Takes a 9V battery, not my first choice, but not a deal breaker for me either. There does seem to be a primer or two that don't want to flip, but it's really not a big deal to bump them over by hand. To be honest, it happens to me with my RCBS flip tray as well sometimes...get the one you're trying to flip and a different one goes the wrong way. In any case, if I felt like shaking the thing more I'm sure they would all go eventually. Once they're all flipped it's pretty much as easy as the video. It's just a matter of finding the right angles and
  5. I did the 550/650 thing. Now I wish I just got a 1050/1100. So there may be one in my future, or I may just go ahead and get the MK7. Not sure yet.
  6. My tracking shows mine arriving Monday. Looking forward to trying it out. I did have concerns over the ridge pattern, and xray's comment's certainly exacerbates those concerns, but I'll give it a try for myself and see how it goes.
  7. Sorry, should have phrased it better and said "complained about the quality." I definitely get where you're coming from though. Cheely does have outstanding customer service. I think he's responded to me on a Sunday which was totally unexpected.
  8. Looks like the LSI Outlaw grip. That's interesting, I've never heard that before. As a matter of fact, I don't think I've even heard of anyone complain about the LSI grip.
  9. Don't know yet. I pre ordered one earlier in the week. Supposed to arrive at DAA on the 30th of September.
  10. I pre ordered the DAA filler. We'll see how it goes.
  11. Prices being equal would you make the same choice?
  12. It is an Akai magwell, but it's on a Cheely E2 (aggressive).
  13. One of mine does and one doesn't. The one that doesn't is bigger by .11 inches. As a matter of fact, it doesn't really work in the Everglades or the Alpha X either. It's the same bind in all three. Cheely has been contacted so we'll see what he has to say. My hope is that the grip can just be cut down and re chromed.
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