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About Glock17open

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    Hunting, Fishing and Shooting as much as possible.
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    Christopher Garrett

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  1. Almost the same load for me, 124 PD over 6.9 of WAC with Winchester Magnum Primers. Chrono average 1398 fps. Extreme spread was 12 fps. Power factor 173. CK, with popple holes.
  2. Thanks for the replies
  3. Glock17open


    Just a quick question I have about a pound of Aa#7. I would like to know some loading Data for 9mm major. I am currently using WAC. 6.9 grns under precision Delta 124. With Winchester Small pistol magnum primers. Please share your AA#7 Data. I want to compare the loads.
  4. Thanks for your reply, I have 10 lbs of WAC. So it will be a while before I try a new powder.
  5. I have a CK arms 9 major gun, that I added three popple holes to. I am currently load 6.7 grns of WAC, a 124 grn Montana gold bullet. Winchester small pistol magnum primer. With an oal of 1.16. My question is how much powder will I need to add to get back to my original PF. Previous PF was 172. Thanks in advance.
  6. I am running blue bullets. A 125 grn bullet over 6.7 grns of WAC, Winchester small pistol magnum primers, various brass. 1.16 oal. Will a power factor of 173, no popple holes. Just sent my slide and barrel off to have popple holes added I am sure my load will change. My load is also Smoky but I don't notice it while I am shooting.
  7. Thanks for the input, yes I am shooting major. Using 125 blue bullets over 6.7 if WAC, with Winchester small pistol primers. Power factor is 173. Using a CK arms 2011, no popple holes
  8. I have been shooting 125 grain blue bullets for about two years now will great results. I have recently started to consider the 115's, to tame the recoil a bit and hopefully make the gun shoot flatter. I have ordered a 250 round sample pack to test them out. I am would like to know if anyone has experience with the 115's and could give me some imput and advise with this bullet.
  9. Send it back they have great customer service.
  10. You will get all kinds of answers on here. I bought a CK solution gun for open and added the options I wanted to it. I was quoted 90 days to finish the gun with the options I ordered. It arrived at my dealer in 45 days. CK makes there own frames. I have not had any issue with the gun. But I did have issues with mag's. Bought MBX mag's, problem solved. Mine is 9 major, it's cheaper to shoot and there is lots of Data out there if you look for it. Hope this helps
  11. Please read!!! Just order the MBX mags you will save your self a lot headache's. I tried to build my own, and after months of problems. I finally have a gun that runs 100%. You will end up spending twice the amount of money because you will end up buy mbx mags. Buy MBX you won't regret it!
  12. I just wanted to add my two cents worth and say I have a CK open solution built in which I added the options I wanted and it was affordable for me. I love shoot open, but I am a teacher. So I have a low budget. My CK has been great! Runs perfectly. I recently finish 4th over all at the Black Steel match and finished 6th at Quantico's USPSA match. That is the highest I have ever finished in a match. I think my CK works well for me.
  13. I have a CK, with no poppel hole, 6.7 grns of wac, under a 125 grn blue bullet. pF of 173. Bobby, says a 172 power factor makes the comp work.
  14. Update, I shot my first steel challenge and I finished five stage's with 88 seconds
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