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  1. I've read about half a teaspoon per load (in a FART). Is that correct?
  2. Booster it is! Thanks for the replies.
  3. I don't think that one exists any more! There's a ton of Lemi products out there, but couldn't find that one.
  4. I'm not happy with the nasty primer pockets that I'm still getting with dry tumbling, so I'm going to try my hand at wet tumbling with pins. I see that a lot of folks are using Lemi Shine and Armor All Wash and Wax. Which Lemi Shine product is everyone using? I see all different types: Booster, detergent, shine, rinse... Thanks in advance!
  5. I was told the same thing by Red Hill Tactical. My Honcho DOES NOT fit in their 5.5" custom frame holster. It's a very nice looking holster, but the Honcho is way too tight of a fit.
  6. Yes, my question referred to whether or not the epoxy (or fairy dust) would do an adequate job of adhering to aluminum grip panels. As a new CZ owner, I do not happen to have an extra set of grips. I don't want to screw up the nice factory grips, so I may just hold out for a cheap set of used grips to experiment on. If not, the Boss grips aren't that expensive!
  7. So what you're saying is, I can't just pour sand on my grips and expect it to stick?
  8. That's assuming that you already have a set of grips that you would like to apply the carbide to. Would it even adhere to the aluminum grips?
  9. Great info, thank you. So, it seems like RN and TC are the way to go.
  10. The powder issue is now just as scary. I can't find a damn thing out there. I have a enough primers to last a little bit, but I'm down to only a couple pounds of Sport Pistol, and EVERYONE is sold out of EVERYTHING!
  11. I'm new to the world of CZs and just ordered up a Shadow 2 OR. Before I go through the whole load development process, I was wondering if the CZ pistols prefer a certain bullet profile -- specifically from Blue Bullets (they seem to run faster than any other coated bullets). Thanks in advance!
  12. How do they feel during live fire with the lightened slides? Any appreciably noticeable difference. They do look nice!
  13. They are an Australian company, but ship international. Has anyone here tried them for their Shadow 2? https://www.bosscomponents.com.au/collections/cz-shadow-2/products/cz-shadow-2-palm-swell-grips
  14. Yup. I've only been loading a short time as well, and the cost of admission was definitely worth it! I've been able to keep stocked up on primers without getting hosed just by being very persistent in searching. Haven't a tough time finding powder now, unfortunately!
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