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  1. SPS Pantera is under 2k. Maybe like $1800 with one mag. Mine runs great.
  2. Anyone have a code for optics planet? Hoping for a 20% but anything will help. Thanks in advance Bryan
  3. Did you have to file the block at all? With my Pantera the engaging portion fits the guard perfectly. But the top of the block ( the beveled tips) hit the grip and the radius on the outside top of the trigger guard hits the bottom of the slot in the block. It wont go all the way in and the safety cant engage.
  4. Ive never looked at MBF until now, yeah its very close. I dont know much about copyright laws, but Im guessing if its not for sale maybe its technically not infringenent? Actually its only a 3d drawing of it. You have to make it yourself.
  5. Heres a vid of it processing some 180 gn FP 40 S&W
  6. Original feeder https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2504314 Upgraded feeder https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3207921 Case feeder https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.reddit.com/r/3Dprinting/comments/74r7is/the_shoebox_case_feeder_a_fully_functional_3d/#ampf=undefined
  7. I 3d printed my own feeder from a design on Thingiverse. It works perfectly. The design I chose does use the MBF motor but there are other variations that use different motors. There is also a small 3d printed case feeder on there aswell. Works great too, just a small holding capacity.
  8. Thanks man! Thing shoots like a dream!!
  9. Assemble a round and pull the bullet after you seat and crimp. If there is a ring around the projectile its to much. If there isnt one run it through again with a little more crimp until you get the ring then back a bit at a time off until no ring exists, must use a new projectile. That is your crimp setting. A good place to start is to measure your projectile and the casings wall at the mouth. Double the case wall measurement and add it to the bullet diameter you are loading. That should be your final crimp OD measurement. The final test after you have figured out your crimp is to push the finished round, projectile down, against the bench pretty hard. Measure OAL again to see if it has any set back. If none than you should be good to go.
  10. No. Just had them polish it instead of coating it.
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