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    Gabriel Sanchez

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  1. We had issues with ours and went through several load combinations until we found one that worked in our PSA PCC. 125 Blue Bullets loaded to 1.100 COL is what worked using 3.0 gr of Titegroup. 144 -147 pf also. We also have a glock magazine setup. It seemed to boil down to cycle rate. There is an adjustable buffer you can buy to help except we decided to stick with a stock buffer. I experimented with loads until we got one that worked perfect. Boy though ... we were right there on tossing it away. The aluminum 115gr factory loads from Walmart always ran perfect also. That came in at 159 PF for us though ... too scary on an unsupported chamber at the end. Also there was a batch of chambers that were cut too short. Call PSA to find out if you may have received one of those just to make sure. Kind Regards,
  2. Thank you all! This helps. I had planned to send this in if I get it anyway. Just trying to get an idea of what needed to be done and a starting point on cost to see if it is worth making the switch. I have been collecting brass for awhile but I would have to be super picky on finding all my 38 SC brass. I would prefer to go 9mm and not worry as much.
  3. All, I apologize ahead of time if this has been talked about but I am not sure how to search the forum (still new). I am thinking about buying a used 2011 that is in 38 SC. However, I would like to it to a 9mm. What is involved? I.e. Barrel, extractor, magazines, machine work? Just trying to get a feel if it will be worth it overall. This is an open gun 2011 setup also BTW. I should probably throw that in there. Kind Regards,
  4. Cutting the tube about 1 inch shorter looks like the winner for me. I have steel legs with fixed metal took boxes below my bench so that is not an option to shorten that. I will be ordering my case feeder now with this advise. Thank you again for the feedback.
  5. Thank you very much for all of this feedback. Definitely a lot of great points I had not considered. Some of the sticking points to consider was definitely holster fit. I have not had any major malfunctions that spare parts could not fix so far, but I don't keep extra sights. We had a guy go home because of his rear sight a couple of months ago and now it makes sense. Local match not a big deal, but major matches is too much of a financial commitment not to consider.
  6. This is great feedback and I will definitely check into both options mentioned. Word of mouth recommendations are always better. Thank you all for providing feedback.
  7. Are there any alternatives to loading cases easier such as a funnel or rotating turret for the 650 instead of the automatic case feeder? My basement has a low ceiling and not sure I can fit the feeder so I am looking at alternatives.
  8. Looking for build a CO setup to play around with. I can purchase a slide but it seems that it would be better to custom machine the slide for a particular RMR instead to keep it as low as possible. What are your thoughts?
  9. It is a real thing. Been working with Glock for years and years now. It is just a platform that works for me. The undercut helped me but is on my limited setup and not production. Those are the most volume shooters I have. My daily carries or sport shooters have undercuts in them to fit my hands. Not an issue for my younger son but for dad it is a different story. The Gen 5 versions might be the answer but still waiting on the release of long slide models for that.
  10. When should someone consider having a backup gun for major matches? Is this something that should be thought of in the beginning when making a purchase so that you budget for two of the same type instead of just one? Is having two necessary or can spare parts cover it?
  11. I have shot different disciplines throughout my years and if there is one thing that is common in the gun community overall is the helpful and awesome people that are part of the various sports. Yes it is competitive, but somehow that gets pushed aside to help people a lot. I enjoy that a lot. Thanks to all!
  12. At first I thought this was a fly by night type of thing and I didn't like that it became popular on the dark web, but now not so much. Are there legitimate uses for Bitcoin that you may have encountered or used?
  13. Happy Gilmore for Comedy, Seven for Thriller. Between those two it is a toss up.
  14. Not sure how I feel about this one in particular. I like the stories in the background but at the same time it took away a bit from the primary focus. I was trying to place the timeline also, seems like it is before the Iron Fist but not sure about Luke Cage.
  15. Good to see someone I know on here. I just signed up. Looks like a lot of great stuff on here.
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