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Sanzo

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  1. you asked roger what his load was? he used those a lot for bowling pins
  2. Is it wrong that I think the bottom one is damn sexy?
  3. I've reloaded 38 short on my 1050 and havent had many issues with it. Station 1 38 special size die Station 2 Expander F (9mm) it doesnt do much, but the D 38 size expander doesnt contact the short case Station 3 Priming! Station 4 Dillon universal pistol die Station 5 Bullet feeder Station 6 9mm bullet seating die (dillon) Station 7 9mm taper crimp die (dillon) I've used the short colt dies from lee and they work great, but the 9mm seating and crimping worked just as well and seemed to run smoother in my press I've
  4. one thing I struggled with on mine is that the plate would not be completely in position as the primer started to rise. This caused a primer in every 20-30 to either crush, or get inserted off center. See attached picture. Dillon had me make two adjustments...... If your shellplate moves as the toolhead is coming down. you may want to adjust that a little bit first. (Screw is behind the powder check station on the back left side of the press) Also, make sure the primer ram is flat prior to to the downstroke. Remove the shell plate and take a look to see
  5. Sanzo

    929 Brass

    I use TK .040 but have tried the .035 clips as well. I only run Sig 9mm brass in mine. picked up 1600 rounds of it from ToddKS here on the forum and another 700-800 from Cabelas. very happy with it and after probably 10 reloads, I've only had one split case. Sig Brass, Federal 100 primers, N320 or 231, and blue Bullets .358 147gr projectiles. In the Starline moons, the sig brass is quite rigid.
  6. I use TK stainless for my 929 moons and TK Blue for 327 moonclips. There is a significant difference in the strength of the magnets. The blue clips have a higher carbon content so the magnet is stronger. highly recommend the stainless ones for the DAA moonclip holders
  7. I’ll try not to take the underlining personal. Freaking aggies ive been going through a long list of Greif with a 625 (model of 1989) I picked up. Getting it to fire from single mode was easy. Everything else was awful. Cylinder wouldn’t rotate well, Hand was binding in the slot, and while tk moonclips worked, they only worked it the logo was facing the cylinder. Bought some Wilson combat moons and it was even worse. Couldn’t even close the cylinder. I’m really funny about my brass and have a thing for sig sauer brass in my revos. Nothing worked gave it to 357454 fo
  8. Mark, Have you tried different moonclips?
  9. Thanks for Posting this Pat. I wonder how many of us (me especially) suffer from the "I can't afford to miss" and spend too much time lining up the perfect shot. I know when I do shoot limited that my scores are WWWAAAYYYY better, and I believe that having a near bottomless magazine helps me get around that mindset. It's certainly food for thought. I appreciate you posting your thoughts here. ** now if only my reloads were 2 seconds **
  10. as one of 357454's 2 shooters I would say ..... probably
  11. Sanzo

    Smith TRR8

    her arm is in the sling now!!!!!
  12. Sanzo

    Smith TRR8

    3 weeks later.... I have about 500 rounds through the guns, short and mid colts @ 130+ pf no issues. I appreciate everyone's advice and assistance!!!! Hope to see you all in Mesquite this weekend. (I'll be the guy with the black gun and funny grips) Make sure to say hi!
  13. Sanzo

    Smith TRR8

    So far so good. put 12 full moons through it without issue today
  14. Please do, also if you could provide an update on your experience with the gun, that would be awesome.
  15. Sanzo

    Smith TRR8

    15 minutes in sonic cleaner, then a wipe down with Hornady one shot
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