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    Ben Evans

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  1. Before I just rig up a spacer does anyone have info on a company building spacers that are precision. Not just some random spacer and longer screws?
  2. Anyone put a romeo 3xl or an rts2 on a canik tp9sfx? Needs a spacer plate but I can't seem to find one. The stock plate situates the dot to far forward and the slide milling isn't long enough.
  3. Don had a in stock middy, anyone pick it up yet?!!!
  4. Thays super short for 9 maj, you may need to ream that barrel a little or try another projectile. Maybe the ogive/profile it touching lands. Shats short and obviously adding pressure and thats short to feed, could cause nose dive malfunction
  5. 124 jhp are significantly better in my opinion. 9.3-9.6g has been the range I've always stayed in.
  6. Most guns will run both with one well tuned extractor, its getting them out of the mags that can cause issues.
  7. I know Don had some in stock guns, anyone here pick one up?
  8. Whatever works for you man, glad your system is perfect for you. I have been lucky I guess in always catching bad cases before I load em or on the press. I trust my process as you trust yours. I haven't had a bad round yet, as far as 9 maj.
  9. I would have to politely disagree, dot movement happens so fast i personally can't see a change from load to load. But hey if that works for you then get aftwr it. Perceived movement isn't as cut and dry to me as the double test. I feel as the double test gives me factual results, not based on perception. And let's face it we are not concentrating on the dot that hard in a match. I wanna k ow I can run up to an open 7yrd target tap 2 and know they are gonna be close. On paper. As long as I do my job right of course
  10. I meant was if you unsure of your ammo enough to the point of wanting to inspect every round, thats either just no confidence in your ammo yet. Which happens i know i wasn't when I first started. I wasnt trying to tell anyone to change loading habbits, but maybe reconsider when they come off the press to watch more closely. Thats only if you are worried. I got in the habit of watching every case get powder, some people may not have that habit. Seems like double checking as they go into mags the night before a match might be excessive, or as i said maybe the confidenc
  11. Especially with a CM, if you aren't losing points shooting minor, id run minor all day everyday. Less wear and tear on those seemingly fragile slide stops. Secondly, if you like the way it feels and you have the right recoil spring and the gun tracks how you want it to. Rest of it really doesn't matter. Double tap a target from 15-18yrds If the second shot is high=possible to light of a recoil spring Second shot low, too much recoil spring. Left and right can be a large number of things but that a good place to start in tuning gun
  12. I never load them until I get to the range, belt on, gun on, then load my mags when I get to the first stage. Few reasons, Don't really want to/ sounds boring Usually drinking beers with buddies night before Usually just ate some killer BBQ Meat sweats and loading mags=dropping bullets everywhere. Seriously though, It only takes a few minutes to load up a few mags. If your concerned about inspecting every bullet before you load, you should seriously reconsider your ammo loading habits. Your not gonna check every round all day long when you l
  13. I keep a 140 for those low round count classifiers. Everything else 155s and 170s. I have used the same 170 mbx for probably way to long. But she just runs.
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