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Stickman301

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    Kevin Stickley

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  1. No and I probably never will. They are moving and I would rather not take a change on burning out my barrel.
  2. Flat nose are what I first bought and they worked great so I stuck with them. Easy to measure with calipers. Stay stacked in bullet feeder tube. I run the 125gr TC in Major and they stack weird in the bullet feeder tube and sometimes get stuck or hung up.
  3. I’ve loaded 9mm minor loads with Clays and have shot a few thousand rounds out of my X5. 3.0gr with Blue Bullet 147gr FN @ 1.145”. Mixed brass and Fed small pistol primer. 10 shot average was 896fps. Never had any issues. Shoots soft and pretty clean.
  4. 10gr AA#7 with Blue Bullet 125gr TC @ 1.1240”. 170PF our of 5” SV Hybrid barrel with 4 popple holes. Also tried 3N38. At 170PF, both shoot and feel exactly the same. AA#7 is dirtier but it’s easier to load, cheaper, less spillage and easier to get.
  5. I load 3.0gr Clays with Blue Bullet 147gr FN at 1.145”. 131PF out of my X5. Soft and clean.
  6. No I didn't. Didn't have any issues. Used all Dillon dies that came on the 1050.
  7. I didn't have any issues but I only loaded about 200-300 of those rounds.
  8. I have shot both of these with a 124 JHP. The 3N38 is a little softer and flatter but a pain in the ass to load. AA#7 is closer to HS6 when running a 124 bullet. 9.9gr AA7.....124gr PD JHP.....1.180".....WSP 8.9gr 3N38....124gr PD JHP....1.190".....WSP.....compressed load Tried in 2 different guns: 5" KKM barrel with 3 holes 4.5" SV Hybrid barrel with 2 holes Hope this helps.
  9. I have owned 2 of them. Probably the best new open gun you can get for under $4k. They don't do any of the new designs like stroking and whatnot. Its a great gun to get started in the 2011 open world before you decide on a top of the line gun, Akai, etc.
  10. 3.2gr VV310 under an RMR 147gr bullet at 1.145". WSP and mixed brass. 130pf out of a Glock 34 with S3F barrel. It was super soft and clean. My VV310 and Titegroup loads were the same. VV310 was just cleaner and cooler. I have a buddy that has shot thousands of rounds with 2.8gr VV310 under an Xtreme 165gr bullet. He has never had any issues.
  11. Did some load testing with different powders see below to help you find a comparable starting point in your gun. Black Dog Gun Works 2011 open gun 5" slide with 3 popple holes, KKM barrel All around 170pf. Mixed head stamp. WSP. 124gr MG JHP. 7.0gr WAC @ 1.165" 7.5gr Silhouette @ 1.165" 7.9gr HS6 @ 1.165" 8.9gr VV 3n38 @ 1.190" 9.9gr AA#7 @ 1.180" WAC- snappy but easy to load Silhouette- meters great, shoots about the same as WAC HS6- easy to load, dirty, feels same as WAC but dot wiggles VV 3n38- shoots great, full case, about 1mm of case left when loaded AA#7- easy to load, 3/4 full case, shoots about the same as 3n38, dirty
  12. I have Citi so that is perfect. I just need it to buy from places that have card issues but super good prices. Or I might just switch to RMR since everyone has said good things about them.
  13. So my info was stolen and I received a new card. The first 3 purchases with the new card were with 2 online places I've used all the time. The third was the bullet company. Ive spoken with several local people who all had it happen. The card was a debit card. I will look into the one use CC number. I really like the bullets and would like to purchase them from the company.
  14. I was checking those out and the RMRs but haven't spoken to anyone who used them yet. Good to know.
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