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    This is very interesting Mike. I tried it on some other known loads I've made and it's very accurate. Because I will be adjusting down, I feel safe in giving this a try.
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    This is all good info every one, thanks.
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    I know this is a broad question. I'm loading 9mm with 148rn coated HI-Tec bullets using Sport Pistol. The velocity are more then I want. If I wanted to reduce velocity, would a tenth be meaningful, or go 2 tenths? I realize that all powders are different /burn rate etc.. just looking for some accumulated knowledge.
  4. I had thought about the epoxy before I read your post. I'm going to give your mod. a look. Thanks
  5. Thanks for that, something to consider. I thought about building up behind the trigger with something like an epoxy putty and then work it down to just past sear release. That should also shorten the reset. What do you think?
  6. All I have replaced in my 2.0 so fare is the sear, and it made a big difference. The other thing I would like to improve on is the overtravel. Did you buy your stop or make one?
  7. "Maybe it helps the next guy out if I ever sell it" That was my main thought, the next guy.
  8. Should I register? With the life time warranty, are there any other advantages other then recall notices? I see in the owners manual it says "original owner." The last revolver that I bought new about ten years ago, the owners manual said the same thing and was sent back two times for repair. I never registered it and there were no questions asked. Should I register? Register;.... I hate that word.
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    It has been about 3 months since I posted this question. What I ended up buying was the Comp-Tac M&P 5". I did not want to spend that much money on a holster, but after doing a lot of searching it was clear... I'm so liking this rig. I have other kydex holsters but they do not compare to the Comp-Tac. I also shoot some ICOR and got one for a revolver...It's good stuff. Thanks for the input.
  10. I really like it. The only thing that I have done to it was to install an Apex sear for a smoother trigger pull, I'm not sure I will change anything else. I bought the gun to shoot in IDPA and have done well with it.
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    When I'm working up a load, I keep a close eye on powder weight so I can get an accurate chrono reading. TiteGroup meters really well.
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    Has anyone found TiteGroup to be temperature sensitive? I was testing the same load on two different days and got a drop of 50fps. Temp on first day, 60. Temp on second day, 52. Components all the same.
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    Will any holsters that fit the 1.0 5", Fit the 2.0 5"?. Seems I read there is a difference in the two slides.
  14. Very interesting, Thanks.
  15. Well, I went ahead and bought the 2.0 in FDE. The price was very good at $399.00 so if I don't like I won't be out a lot of money. I will be shooting this mainly in IDPA so where should I start on upgrades? I don't know much at all about Apex so any suggestions will be appreciated. The sights I'm guessing will be something in fiber optic.
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