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  1. I had this problem in the past, and everyone told me i needed the alignment tool. When I called Dillon he told me that wasn’t likely the problem. I took everything apart including primer station and cleaned it all with isopropyl alcohol and put it back together. Worked great after that. Grime was getting caught under my primer disk if I recall correctly Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I still use my vibratory tumbler and wet tumble, because of same issues as OP mentioned. Dust but also my cases had a film on them, which I didn’t really care for. If you don’t want a “FART” you can try your vibratory tumbler with warm water, dawn dish soap, and I put in about three sprays of brass juice (the case lube). I don’t use a dehydrator either, just put it on a towel and lay it over a register for my heating and air system. Cases are dry overnight, spray a bit more case lube on and start loading. My way may not be optimal, but it is easy, cheap, and works fine Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Need 4 valid scores for initial classification. After that it goes to best 6 of 8. In your case, they should count the 4 highest scores, if you had 5 valid scores
  4. Haha that was a while ago, but I didn’t know I was recommending a cordless drill/driver...or are we talking impact drills? I would definitely change my answer now. I would recommend Doubles Drill and then a dedicated transition drill. I like doing 90 degree transition and a wide transition drill. Obviously you have to train draws, reloads, movement and all components of USPSA, but I find I get a lot from doubles and transition drills. Also get on PSTG, a ton of good info and videos there
  5. This was a great interview. I’m not always a huge fan of interviews, but this one was entertaining and useful. Thanks Steve! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. While breakthrough marksmanship is great, I would recommend Dryfire Reloaded if only getting 1 book. If he follows a dryfire regiment, he can get good fast. I would say do Breakthrough Marksmanship next, just my opinion. Probably the best of all would be getting him a membership to PSTG though (Bens website). Him and Hwansik Kim have an awesome site. It’s my number #1 place to go for learning Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. 1. Currently 2 (previously had 4) 2. X5 Legion grip and Full-size 3. Mainly Competition and home defense gun 4. Full size X-5 5. Make a grip module that can use removable grip panels. I really like Lok Bogies on my Tanfo and would like something similar on my 320’s. Also reshape the grip. The rear of the grip, around the beaver tail and below, is too wide. I hate to keep reverting to my Stock 2, but that has a great grip size in my opinion. Something closer to that shape at the rear of the grip module would be awesome Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Springer precision extended mag release is what you’re looking for. I like the original one, but they also make a new one with a paddle on it for more surface area. I’m not sure exactly what’s legal in IDPA though
  9. I’ve contemplated this also and may try it soon. I have an old Gen 1 P320 in 40 and a new X5 Legion. The 40 slide doesn’t work on the Legion FCU. Soon I’ll get around to putting old FCU in legion module. I did not like the old P320 in 40. May be better with a heavier grip. A legion in 40 is supposed to be coming out eventually right?
  10. I mounted a bucket to my Lyman Vibratory tumbler without removing anything. Works pretty good but is super noisy. But I can just unmount bucket and keep using the tumbler. Drilled hole in bottom center of bucket and just used the rubber nut (that comes with the tumbler) to secure the bucket Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. The top three pictures you posted didn’t go through. On the last picture, is that a PD palm swell or thin grip? Looks thicker than your Lok grip Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Is it decent Metallica at least? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Not allowed, only OFM parts. You can use Xtreme parts and I believe Unica parts. Appendix D4 #17 IPSC Rulebook Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. I have a 3 gallon bucket that I will try it with. I’ll take a picture or some video if it works Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Wondering if I couldn’t just drill a hole in the bottom of a bucket, just to get the threaded rod thru on the tumbler and just bolt a bucket on top of tumbler. Then it could stay whole and operational... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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