Jump to content
Brian Enos's Forums... Maku mozo!

Edwards30

Classified
  • Content Count

    85
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Edwards30

  • Rank
    Finally read the FAQs

Profile Information

  • Location
    Las Vegas, NV
  • Real Name
    Bryce Edwards

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. I’ll be using an X300 with a T-Rex Arms Ragnarok.
  2. I’ve never had an adjustable rear but I go for either the Dawson sites or TTI. I run red Fiber optic fronts and all black rear. I would give the edge to TTI for what I prefer.
  3. Edwards30

    Trigger Pull

    On a curved trigger, I actually put my finger above the trigger pull gauge to make sure it is sitting in the right spot. Pulling too far to the top or bottom can really change the result. When placing my finger there, it moves the tab anyways. Here is how Johnny Glock does it
  4. Anyone in this thread willing to print me one off and drop it in the mail? I use the dry fire mag now but as someone else said, you can’t practice reloads with it.
  5. I was going to say the same thing, KKM is the way to go for aftermarket. I personally just continue to shoot the OEM barrel.
  6. I see this thread is still getting some attention so I thought I would make an update. I have since switched to a 5MOA SRO and ditched the RMR. I’ve yet to feel like the 5 MOA was too big. With the shortage of optic availability, I got pretty lucky with finding it. I do have a follow-up question though, on a bright sunny day, what sort of brightness are people running on an SRO? I have been running mine all the way up, but I wonder if that is a detriment and has been drawing my eye to it more.
  7. Hey everyone, a friend reminded me of this thread and I thought it might be interesting to update this with some new videos. We just had a match again today and will link the videos here. I am now shooting a stock Glock 34 and am classified as B. Let me know what you guys think.
  8. Edwards30

    Glock 34 Trigger

    What trigger pull weight are you getting when measuring on the Johnny Glock? I don't recall what connectors he uses in each kit but I know my finger perceives a big difference between a minus and a dot connector but my trigger pull gauge didn't show a big difference.
  9. Not a bad idea. My crimp wasn't great but certainly wasn't the issue in this case. It was never even touching that part of the case due to bottoming out bullet. Once I left everything else the same and dropped the bullet a little deeper it works fine.
  10. When I made an order at the beginning of the month the code HM10 worked but it seems to not be working now. Maybe they stopped using them for the time being.
  11. I'm 100% on the same page. I went ahead and backed off to 5.0gr and went up to 5.5gr
  12. Okay, I’ll watch for that. I’m back at the press now and at 1.130” I am getting a clean plunk test and rotation. I also put sharpie on the bullet and did not have issues with it rubbing off.
  13. Sorry everyone, out running some errands. So I believe I understand and will try to summarize. I need to start over with my plunk test and get that to be correct first. I was loading laddered loads starting at 5.5gr and ending at 5.9gr. So instead perhaps once I set the shorter OAL I should go down to 4.5~ and work my way back up to 5.7~ when I am at the chrono? That way to ensure I do not have too much pressure and just makes sure to use enough to make minor PF. Lastly, the data listed in the manual for minimum OAL is most likely to prevent powder compression I am guessing?
  14. I have my sizing die set to touch the shell plate and then backed off 1/4 turn. I am also using a Lee FCD at stage 4, I believe that does some sizing. So do I have to worry about compressing my powder if I go below the load data minimum OAL? I measure my crimp currently at .3795
×
×
  • Create New...