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    Gordon Blank

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  1. Thank you for the names. Fords guns are taking between 2 and 6 months for turn around.
  2. Greetings all, I bought a stock2 and what I thought was just dirt turned out to be some surface rust. I tried all the online remedies to get rid of it. Nothing, so Im thinking about getting it rechromed. Is the anybody that does this? Any chance they can make it look like it came from the factory?
  3. It also depends on what your trying to do. Use the 550 for plinking ammo. If you want benchrest quality you have to measure each load of powder.
  4. Dawn dishsoap, citric acid and here’s the difference: 4-5 drops of finish rinse aid.
  5. I was wrong…… it’s a large frame. I bow my head in shame
  6. The picture shows a small frame pistol. Just say’in.
  7. I’m using larger springs and I’ve not had any issues. I also have an additional baffle in my powder hopper.
  8. In June is ENT my first Romeo1 back to sig for repair. I had a new one within 10 days. I sent my second one a week later and it took 11 days. I didn’t damage them I got them when I bought a milled pistol. I know this is an old thread but I have updated information.
  9. Here is my reference for red dot mounting information. https://optics-info.com/footprints-on-red-dot-sights/
  10. Another For the AMG timer. I waited close to 8 weeks for mine but have been very happy. I like the 3 par times available and it picks up my DA click for draw stroke time. Plus it interfaces with PractiScore and it runs almost forever on 3 AA batteries.
  11. I bought one recently and found a cleaner with dials. I figured it was one thing to eliminate from going bad. I drop my frame and slide in the bath and let her soak. I haven’t tried it for brass yet but maybe. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08LGD3JLW/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  12. On the cuff window, I load 9mm and .223 and they both use the same window so I don’t have to change anything really. I don’t know for the others but I don’t think you will be changing this out very often.
  13. I need a spring also. Any thoughts from the group?
  14. I polished all of it. Inside and out. It’s been years and it still looks the same, shiny!
  15. I highly recommend the roller cam. Plus replace the shell shuttle.
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