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Tunachaser

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Finally read the FAQs

Finally read the FAQs (3/11)

  1. Ditto ^^^ Delivery to So Cal was 2 days with USPS.
  2. And please come back and tell us how it went, the good and the bad. We've all been there.
  3. personally I wouldn't put one away for a hole season, I would shoot a couple of matches with one and then try the other. Plus I agree with Rowdy that the Berreta is MUCH closer to the CZ S2.
  4. I have a CED 7000 and the AMG Commander, the AMG is the hands down winner for me. Being able to dry fire at home and use at an indoor range without picking up other shooters is impressive.
  5. My AMG commander was worth the wait for me. I have had mine about a year and think it was worth the wait. With the sensitivity on two I can use it at an indoor range and it rarely picks up another shooter but at home with the sensitivity turned up it picks up dry fire, mag changes, etc. At home I have the beep set low and at the range or at a match it is set to loud, us older shooters appreciate the loud starting beep. Wear that hearing protection!
  6. With lead coated or plated bullets not jacketed.
  7. One issue with the 125 HAP's is that the dia. is .356 instead of the usual .355 for jacketed bullets. This increased dia. COULD cause an increase in pressure in a barrel that slugs out at .354-.355. When I asked Hornady about this they said it was because the 124 was intended for 38 super. They said the 115 HAP was intended for 9 MM. However they do market the 124's for 9 MM. Their XTP and FMJ-RN are .355, the only .356 bullets they offer (that I know of) is the 124 HAP.
  8. I was having the same problem with the LEE FCD sizing die and coated bullets. I got a regular LEE taper crimp die and that solved the problem. YMMV
  9. I like your thinking BUT prefer the S2O and an A-01
  10. Do you have a short reset disco? If not that could help.
  11. in that price range I would consider one of the Shadow 2 variants or a Bull Shadow. NOTE: these do not have firing pin blocks so if that is a requirement for you than 75B SP-01 style would be what might consider.
  12. The Eemann trigger is designed to work with a wide variety of discos, hence the included screws of different lengths.
  13. Another vote for green, I use a Holosun with the 32 MOA circle.
  14. SA feels great. I like the VERY small curve. I wish the trigger was a couple of millimeters forward of it's current position BUT that is a function of the disco. if you prefer the trigger further back they make a rear offset trigger.
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