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  1. I can't speak on the Surefire but my D60 runs great. No issues with around 1000 rounds on it.
  2. Just started using the Hundo gauge. I was at about 4-5%. I readjusted my sizing die and am down to 2% on average. I would also keep a single gauge handy and double check your rejected hundo rounds in that. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I started 3 gun with a Glock 34 and now shoot a CZ. In all honesty, all the money you could (if you choose to) drop into a Glock, you’re better off starting with a steel frame gun. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I second the Invictus DTV.Qx20-lite. It’s a great rig. It’s comfortable, light, and quality just like all of the Invictus caddies Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Taccom’s are great and they’re cheap if you’re just starting out. I would suggest going to a couple matches and trying different caddies to see what you like. If you gear hunt you are going to spent a lot. I personally run the Invictus 2.8’s and 12q and love them
  6. +1 for the Cole Components. Great adjustability and nice weight for balance. He only releases a few at a time Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Depends on your budget. The JM pro and M3K are budget friendly and will get the job done. Do your research on them. I run a JM and, knock on wood, never had an issue. I also clean it well after every other match. I may be switching to an M2 because the lightning lifter looks like a game changer
  8. JP and RCA are great. I actually just picked up a FailZero LW BCG on sale and am curious on how that will perform. I’ve got it set up with a Tubbs flat wire spring, Taccom ULW buffers and an SLR block.
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