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    X-Treme Bullets - anyone buying lately?

    I've been trying different fmj's lately since the price difference has closed up but decided to grab a few boxes of Xtreme 147's during their Halloween sale. The quality looks the same and to my surprise I received a shipping notification the fallowing day and they showed up on my doorstep 2 after that. They used to take 1-3 weeks.
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    Blade Tech Signature series OWB holster

    Anyone ever try one of these signature series out? I've been looking for a reasonable priced SP01 holster for use in IDPA a half dozen times a year.
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    Light Striking SP01...

    Can the Rami spring be used with the OEM firing pin in a standard SP01? I'm planning to run a 13lb or stock S2 hammer spring so I'm not sure I will need the extended firing pin.
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    Glock shooters, do you leave the trigger stock?

    I found it to be really smooth and has a nice break with the stock springs. Not sure what connector came in the comp kit I tried out but it gave it a mushy break that was just awful.
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    Glock shooters, do you leave the trigger stock?

    In my Gen 4's I went with a few different full kits with good results but the Gen 5's are back to stock. The kits just made them lighter but ruined the feel. I did install polished OEM minus connectors on the models that didn't have it from the factory.
  6. As planned I switched back to the TG I had but after a a couple hundred rounds I ordered another 8lb jug of SP. The gun just runs much cleaner and cooler.
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    Everglade Ammo? And Concave base bullets?

    I was able to test out some of these under 4.2gr of Sport Pistol today. I didn't get a chance to chrono but accuracy was excellent out to 30yrds.
  8. I have used it with SNS (they recommended SP), Blue Bullets and Xtreme plated 9mm.
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    Everglade Ammo? And Concave base bullets?

    Sounds like accuracy isn't an issues. I'm curious about velocities compared to a standard base 124gr .355-.356 dia bullet and if the base will really allow for a better seal. I think i may have a few Xtremes I can load up for comparison.
  10. I found SP runs much cooler and quiet a bit cleaner than TG. With coated I definitely prefer it but now that I've started using FMJ/plated again I will go back to TG just because it's easy to find locally.
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    Everglade Ammo? And Concave base bullets?

    After loading extrmes for a couple years I decided try a box of these. I received them and they all seem to measure .354. My Dillon Dies resize the brass down to where I don't see bullet set back being a problem. Anyone running these notice this and should I be concerned with other possible issues?
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    Glock trigger upgrades, best bang for your bucks parts?

    I liked my DK the best fallowed by Johnny's but as far as bang for the buck I really like the OC custom trigger bar and housing with the polished (-) connector and springs. For around $80 delivered you get a smooth trigger with adjustable pre/over travel. Just the bar with TTI kit is excellent as well.
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    Shadow 2 LOK Grips

    The top of the grip on the original palm swells do not come up as high as they do on the thin grips. I like to grip high on the gun so had my S2 palm swells made with the extended tops added. If you give him a call he will get you squared away.
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    Shadow 2 LOK Grips

    I'm liking the custom palm swells so much I upgraded my original thins to a second set. Looks like I have no other choice but to get another CZ for the black pair.
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    80% frames

    I'm curious about how the revised V2 full size versions are holding up. I've always wanted a 17L but the gen 3's give me slide bite.