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JayTac556

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    Tanfoglio and USPSA
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    James Boulay

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  1. Then you will need to purchase a 15.5 Patriot Defense Hammer Spring. Nothing else will set off CCI primers. The EGD Heavy will work as well. Anything lighter that those you'll be doing alot of slide manipulation to clear the light strikes out. I consider switching to Winchester if you want a little bit lighter DA tigger pull. Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk
  2. There is no reason to lube coated bullets. I have loaded thousands and I mean thousands of blue bullets and have never lubed them at all. Like the previous guy commented the bullets were casted in lead and now they are coated. Just a better option instead of shooting lead through your barrels and cleaner too. Why change the bullet mold if this is what they have in stock. Brazzo bullets have a lube ring and I have never lubed them as the dont need them at all. They just coated the bullets they already had on hand. Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk
  3. I'm an avid reloader and have reloaded a ton (thousands and thousands) of rounds. I am at a loss of what you mean by resizing after PC......? You resize the brass first with lubes casings and then flare the mouth and insert the bullet and crimp and DONE you have a made ready to shoot round. I strictly use coated bullets and have NEVER lubed my bullets once. I also have seen very little to know reside from the polymer coating in my seating and crimping dies I use. When they get dirty after 5-6K or so I remove the tool head and spray one solvent (bore cleaner etc) in the dies and blow them dry and they are now cleaned. The resizing die I spray very little hornady one shot in it and let it air dry and thats it I'm done. I'm interested in what you're talking about here. I have also used PC bullets (purple coated) and they run great loading them how I have been. I snagged a few trial packages from an Area match I went to. They were doing giveaways to try and they run good. Just too expensive for my taste. I use Blue Bullets instead or Brazzos. They are the cheapest and accurate for what we do in USPSA. Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk
  4. I do unload every single mag after a stage. Reason being that if you dont and there is sand, mud, water, etc. I would be pissed I lost a stage due to a malfunction. Unloading my mags have nothing to do with round counts. (yes I have standard capacity mags all the time amd dont use 10 rounders ever). I clean and wipe dont all mags regardless of what Firearm I'm using, to include my glocks and M&Ps. Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk
  5. You 100 percent can have you first mag loaded with 11. I have 6 mags on my belt, all loaded with 10. The 7th mag (loaded with 11) is in my pocket for loaded starts. If it is a stage with an unloaded start that (7th) mag stays in my back and I walk to the line with the 6 on my belt OR I take one road put depending on the stage so I still have my full belt loaded. Anyone that tells you different is mistaken, I've been to many majors and load this way. Rules states: At the start signal (which is the buzzer to start shooting the stage) ALL mags must have 10 rounds MAX. WHAT YOU DO BEFORE THE START SIGNAL IS IRRELEVANT AND DOES NOT MATTER. Hope this helps and enjoy production. Best division in USPSA Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk
  6. I soley use Winchester small pistol Primers. Never had an issue not going BANG unless it was a gun issue ie. Light strikes. I've shot thousands without issues. I would not worry about it and stick with the regular non match stuff. Save you move and buy more of the regular stuff. I currently use the regular Winchester Small Primers for all matches included Area Championship matches and have full confidence in them. Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk
  7. Very little to no lead build up due to the coating. They are not like shooting straight lead bullets. They are similar to shooting plated bullets. Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk
  8. No not at all. I have 3-to 3.5K through it before I do a deep clean and the accuracy stay the same. Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk
  9. Go with the TC not Round nose or you will have an issue with OAL. I use the 125 Grain BB as well and just order another 7200 of them. I use 125 TC OAL is 1.13. Accuracy is great and very little lead fouling. Also the TC I found to be more accurate over the RN. Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk
  10. Lol I hear ya man. I completely agree with it doesnt matter about the gun at all. It's what you like and works for ya. Well hopefully you can make it brother. Best of luck. Good seeing you helping out us with our Nickel plated sissy pistol questions still though. Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk
  11. There you go. I'm possibly looking to jump to limited division myself. But I love production Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk
  12. Anytime bro. Best of luck to you. Hope this helps. Shadow 2 and Stock 2 are both great options. Dont worry about not shooting flat if your thinking about the 40 minor. Go for it.....AND it will help you with the close calls on Aplha Charle lines lol. It will shoot nice and soft and flat because your shoot a heavy bullet really slow. Kinda similar to 147 grain 9mm but better. And now you dont have to change dies Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk
  13. Not necessary for speed practical shooting we do in USPSA. It does help with pre travel buuuuut I dont really care about that because in our sport we are slapping the trigger and not coming off all the way. I do not ride the reset nor come all the way off the trigger to notice a difference. At the Western PA sectionals i was at we had 30 yard miny poppers and for those I see my sights and add pressure to the trigger until it goes bang. Some people like riding the wall but I dont ride a wall anymore because it slows you down in this sport. Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk
  14. I just posted what i have in mine brother.@MemphisMechanic correct me if I'm wrong but I'm pretty sure I cant purchase anything else to make it better than what it is. As far as you going to weather I think you're insane but hope it's working our for you. Do you still have your Stock 3 you did up? Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk
  15. Great Point@MemphisMechanic Stock 2 parts and internals. -Stripped completley down and polished following Memphis Mechanic videos - reduced power trigger spring - reduced power sear spring - reduced power #18 Henning plunger spring - BOLO disconnector (not necessary/ will NOT do on my next Stock 2 I purchase) -EAA one piece sear (long number 9.1) -15.5 patriot defense hammer spring -patriot defense firing pun spring And this is all you need approx 100 bucks or so and you have a nice crisp reliable trigger. Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk
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