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  1. +1 for Acme 147gr FP. Have not tried SNS, so not a direct comparison. I can tell you Acme bullets are consistent and coating holds up. I recently ordered a small batch of another vendor (lots of color options) and their sizing was significantly different than advertised and their coating had flaked off just in shipping. Lots of people I shoot with use SNS and I’m sure they are great bullets. For me, Acme gets the job done at a lower price.
  2. I run the Speed Jacket frames under my muffs without issue. They have thin ear stems as well.
  3. Agreed. I bought 500 last fall before our section match. Ran great. If they were closer in price to my reloads, they would be my go to. As such, I will probably still run them in majors just to be safe. I ran a group of 10 over my chrono. Average PF was 138 out of my X5.
  4. I run the DAA Racer (plastic body) mag pouches. I keep them turned to the loosest setting and have not had any problems at all with my 320 mags.
  5. IndyColtsFan

    P320 X5 Thread

    It appears the sear springs are significantly lighter gauge on the GGI kit than OEM. That should lighten the trigger pull weight as well, correct?
  6. Keep your eyes on Brownell's as well. I picked up half a case (500) for $114 shipped earlier this fall for our section match.
  7. What was the problem with JB Weld? Did it provide good adhesion between the media and the grip?
  8. Thanks for posting the video. I’m trying to figure out how to build-up my X5 grip a little more before doing this. I guess you could let it dry and do multiple layers in places? What else could you use to add more girth to the grip before doing epoxy/grit?
  9. Sorry, didn’t realize you were in Australia. Here is a link if you can’t get them locally: http://www.sigsauerguns.com/sig-sauer-romeo1-screws-7400101-r.html I was going to go this route before I contacted Sig. (Not sure if they ship out of US)
  10. Just call Sig and they should send you a set of screws for free (especially since they didn't return the ones you sent with your optic). I called last Monday and had a set of screws by Thursday.
  11. Were both stock barrels roughly the same production age? Just wondering if Sig made a barrel modification along the way. We know they changed the finish from the earlier, silver color barrels to the black finish that is coming out now. Suppose they could have made a tweak to the bore as well.
  12. Who are you getting your .357s from? Did you slug your barrel before going to the .357s?
  13. So, complete noob here to the TSO. Reading another thread, there appears to be “old frame” and “new frame” TSOs. Are all these popping up the “new frame”? What are the big differences? Any advantage one way or the other? Looking at a TSO for limited next season.
  14. My factory barrel groups much better with coated bullets sized at .356 than the blues I've tried at .355. 147gr RN BB vs 147gr FP Acme Loaded to same OAL 130PF
  15. IndyColtsFan

    P320 X5 Thread

    Are you shooting soft loads with the factory recoil spring? I had this issue until I swapped the guide rod and went to a reduced power recoil spring.
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