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Lukedrywalker

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  • Birthday 01/26/1962

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    Mark Prickett

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  1. Here is my chronograph testing on a Palmetto State Armory PSA Gen4 16 inch barrel. All using Tightgroup and CCI 500 primers fired at 10 feet from chronograph. Loading this for my Niece for USPSA, Minimum power factor of 125 is minimal power factor. What are your loads for USPSA PCC? I think I like the 3.1 115 grain Berry plated round nose. 3.0 grain Tightgroup. OAL 1.140 FPS 1098.67 x 115 = 126.34 power factor. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 115 grain Berry plated round nose. 3.1 grain Tightgroup. OAL 1.140 FPS 1131.67 x 115 = 130.14 power factor. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 115 grain Berry plated round nose. 3.2 grain Tightgroup. OAL 1.140 FPS 1175.00 x 115 = 135.12 power factor.
  2. I found the Ford blue!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! http://paintref.com/cgi-bin/colorcodedisplay.cgi?gncl=Blue&manuf=Ford
  3. what is .223 brass shipped to 28390 going for? 

    1. pmd

      pmd

      Sorry I don't have 223 brass for sale right now.

  4. S&W C.O.R.E with Apex barrel and Trijicon RMR. I am very happy with it.
  5. I just added mag extensions to my S&W mags. They now hold 23 rounds. My first thought was when holding the gun with mag installed was, wow this thing is heavy. I have not fired the gun yet but I'm wondering if the added weight will have much effect on recoil? I'm so used to shooting it with 10 rounds it feels like a new gun in my hands. What are your thoughts?
  6. 10 round limmit is gone. https://uspsa.org/document_library/2017/APPENDIX D7_DNROI_2117.pdf
  7. Can you use a magnet to hold a magazine for your "make ready mag"? It seems to me the rules mean no using them during the firing of a stage.
  8. I wonder how many people who shoot it think it should be changed? Or is it just the ones who are sitting back watching who have all the changes in mind?
  9. OK Folks, If it wasn't for CO I wouldn't be here. I'm 54 years old and just started shooting handguns last year. I purchased a 9mm for concealed carry and was shocked that my eye sight had gotten bad and i was having trouble seeing my sights. After reading about the New M&P C.O.R.E I figured what the hell And gave it a try. I found a M&P 9mm from the performance center new for $650 out the door at a gun show and jumped on it. While reading about optics I stumbled on a post about USPSA and CO, (at the time I didn't even know what USPSA was). I thought it would be fun to try. So I bit the bullet and paid $550 for a RMR. Hot damn I taught I was set until i realized the ported barrel was a no go! for CO. Well I purchased a Apex semi drop in barrel for $200 to make my gun legal and finally showed up at SWGC for my first match, Not being a member of USPSA yet they let me compete anyway and showed me the ropes. I sucked but learned a lot that day. 30 days later I showed up (As a paid USPSA member) and did way better. I cant wait for the next match. Oh and one of the things I like is being limited to 10 rounds in the mag. Planning the stage and the challenge of reloading is fun to me. I hope CO stays around. Here is the link to my first match. I'm Mark Prickett. https://practiscore.com/results/18137
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