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    Robert Alamo

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  1. What's the verdict on the above? They offer a lot of options to play with especially for 9mm, 115gr, 125, 135, 137, 147 and 150gr... Interesting! I've been wanting to explore a heavier grain than the 125gr that I normally use, most likely dabble into the 135, 137gr to test and see.. I'm not a huge fan of the 147/150gr, not a fan of how it cycles the slide...
  2. lol, thanks Mark! Dillon needs to step up that's for sure and with competition leading the way Dillon will have to adopt.
  3. I've been using BB TC for about 3 yeasr through my CZ Orange and Blue 125gr TC .356 profile, 1.130 OAL 3.8gr of SP. I've never used .355 profile, but .356 seems to work extremely well.
  4. Is the magwell area beveled or just straight wall? They could've flared the lower part of the grip to allow for easier reloads. Looks interesting, but more info on it would be nice~
  5. I'm in the process of trying out 9.3 gr of #7 will post results soon... HS6 was ok at best IMO to me it didn't track the dot as I would've liked it... I may even try a heavier bullet too, 135 or 147. Even though I use PD 124 JHP I never had issues with Blue Bullets out of any of my open guns... But I rather play it safe!
  6. Can't find the powder sense powder die in stock "ANYWHERE!" anybody has it? Also, what are a most have sensor? I'm leaning towards the primer, powder and bullet sense but definitely the powder and primer. Mighty Armory sells a die with a sensor for was less than MK7 or anyone for that matter so I may get his decapper with the sensor.. But I desperately need a powder sense. Tried the DAA Magnetic one but its not good for an automated press, spills all over the place... Some use the powder cop too, but again, automation is a different story... Any other recommendations? Please chime in, thanks!
  7. Meh, they won't be missed~ Cajun does better work which is proven and tested~ Not just for fancy looks, I had an issue with one of my S2 slides and unfortunately Primary Machine never made the attemp to make their work right, lesson learned~!
  8. How did it become "illegal" in production by a CGW bushing? No one can tell if the bushing is stock or aftermarket so?? Unless of course you tell the R/O checking your firearm
  9. The best way to truly test accuracy is by using a Ransom bench, at longer distances the S2 Orange should outpace the S2 with the 10X bushing. However, I have both platforms and the regular S2 is a bit lighter than the Orange which weighs about 2 more ounces due to the bushing and the fact that the dust cover can't be machined to remove some slide weight. Whereas the regular S2 can.. I shot them both, both perform equally well but at longer distances the Orange wins. One thing is for sure, that 10X bushing does an amazing job comparing to the stock bushing, much, much tighter groups and the barrel locks up pretty solid too. No play no nothing! Save your money buy a regular S2 Blue get a competition trigger kit from Cajun, 10X bushing and be done!
  10. But why? A light is not needed! The pistol was designed to shoot flat as possible especially with all that dusk cover, adding a light will add more uneccessary weight which can hurt transitions and target acquisitions... But whatever makes you happy do it!
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