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Zack15

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    Finally read the FAQs
  • Birthday 03/11/1986

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    North Carolina, Fayetteville
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    Anything shooting. 3 gun, USPSA. IDPA.
    Riding motorcycles
    Good beer
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    Zack Smeltz

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  1. Thank you everyone who helped me out and gave me such awesome advice. I placed my order to get a 750 and will be patiently waiting. I do have a couple more questions I’m hoping some of you experts can answer. I’ll be loading .40 long for my 2011. I’ve heard miCes reviews on using SPP and SRP. Is there any issues with using small rifle primers or even small magnum pistol primers ?
  2. Thank you for all the great info. I’ll probably do exactly what you said and start saving for the bullet feeder die down the road. As for the aftermarket dies that are better. What do you recommend ? I don’t see myself ever growing out of the 750. But I’m trying to get/purchase all the good parts now in order to not waste Money on things I don’t really need or will end up upgrading down the road. Again, thank you so much for the advice.
  3. Thank you for the advice. I primarily shoot 9 and 40, but I’ll also be shooting 5.56 as well. I started out reloading with an old lee single stage press but that was about 10 years ago. So I’m somewhat familiar with reloading. I’ve been watching a ton of YouTube videos to get better educated on the 750. But that link you sent is super helpful. Thank you again!
  4. You guys are giving me a lot to think about and I appreciate all the advice. I should of realized it would be hard to get the components now with the price of ammo going up, more people will be reloading. But I’ve been putting off reloading for too long and I’m ready to get into it. Even if it’s just buying the press now, and getting components when they become available. And that might be a little easier on the wallet
  5. I’ll start researching, thanks.
  6. I’m finally at the point where I want to start reloading. I decided on the Dillon XL750 and was hoping I could get some advice from the experts on here. I shoot 9mm, .40 cal, and 45acp. Primarily I Shooting limited major for USPSA and CO for IDPA but have tossed around the idea of getting into PCC at some point. Anyways, could someone help me out on what I need to get besides the actual Press. I saw on the Dillon website on additional things they recommended but is there specific things I need to get. I don’t want to keep buying parts as I find out I need them, I’d r
  7. I appreciate the kind words, but it goes both ways. I wouldn’t hesitate to sell or buy from you. It was an easy and smooth transaction.
  8. That’s good to know. I’ll probably end up getting the GG trigger at some point but it seems like there’s not a huge reason to get it right away. But I’m with you, I like my triggers feeling the same. I shoot a stock Glock for work and going from the range at work to my other guns is a pain sometimes. I’ll get use to prepping the trigger and finding the wall on the Glock and it’s definitely not the same as my other guns.
  9. Hahah yeah you’re right. Haha I think I’m just trying to justify buying a new gun!
  10. How do you like the trigger on the legion ? I’ve heard good reviews on it and some “so-so” reviews on it. Would you recommend the GG trigger for it or just run the stock trigger ?
  11. Hell yeah! I like RHT a lot but Weber Tactical makes a nice holster and I believe they have a quick ship one for the X5, if you don’t want to wait.
  12. Zack15

    X5 vs Glock 34

    I’ve shot both and run a Glock for work. But I prefer the x5. I haven’t shot the legion yet, but even the original x5 I liked more than the 34. I think it’s all personal preference but between the two, I’d go with the X5.
  13. Congrats on the buy! I’ve been eyeing up the legion for awhile. I had the original 320 X5 and loved it, and I can only imagine the legion will be even better. Let me know how it shoots. And if you’re still looking for a holster, check out Red hill tactical. They make a pretty good holster in my opinion.
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