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  1. Thanks for the replies...... Just ordered a Smith and Alexander aluminum mag well.
  2. Is there a light weight single stack magwell available any where? I looked at the Dawson ICE but not exactly what I need.
  3. Thanks for the helpful comment. One reason I haven't loaded 9 yet is because of the "PITA" features of the case.......
  4. Not asking about the press..........looking for experience with different brands of 9mm dies. And I don't need advice about trucks made by Govt. Motors:)
  5. Factory primers are not all created equal. some brands are much harder than others. Personally, I wouldn't use Small Rifle primers for handgun loads.
  6. Been reloading many years but recently decided to start reloading 9mm on my single stage press (RCBS Rockchucker). Most of my die sets are RCBS with a few Hornady sets. Given a choice, should I go with RCBS or Hornady Custom or something else? Loading for Glock Gen 5 G34. Thanks, Jim
  7. With POI at the top of the front sight, I can see more of the target........my mindset is that this is important on a two way range.
  8. I usually zero at 10 yards, standing, two hands, double action with point of impact the same as point of aim. Then I move back to 25 yards and check zero at that distance, standing, two hands, double action. I like POI to be at the top of the front sight at 25 yards. Even with fiber optic fronts, which I like a lot, I adjust to get POI at the top of the front sight, not the center of the red or green fiber optic element.
  9. To more directly answer the question "Should I adjust the rear sight left or right?"......... The correct answer is "Yes"! All in good fun:) Actually, I wouldn't be unhappy with what I see on your target. Maybe a few more shots to better define the group.
  10. I'm going to save the Counseling $$ to buy another revolver:)
  11. I have recently had a LOT of fun shooting my S&W revolvers. The last time I fired a semi auto was when I had to qualify several weeks ago. I'm formally blaming the guys on this forum and some others for all the fun I'm having:) Jim
  12. I'm sure that spring is fine, just reassemble it and press on:)
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