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Bobkoh

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  1. We went through the "which powder is better" back in the 70s long before TG. 231 always came out on top. But, those were 45acp days.
  2. Not going to get single digit SDs with mixed range pickup brass. I can do it all day long in rifle, but with 9mm I'm sorting brass. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  3. Mozambique 17 yards from the holster with a stock 9mm RO Champion. It was hot, humid and a lot of bugs. So I ran about 80 to 90 rounds. Fiochi 115s. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  4. Sounds like the good old days of IPSC back in the 70s and early 80s. I loved it. Speed, skill and accuracy were critical.
  5. Back in the days when Mike Horne and Mike Harries were testing ideas for Gunsite (they were both instructors) we did a lot of things including shooting in a fun house. Go to Gunsite now and you'll still see their stuff being taught. Indoors you can't beat a pistol, especially in tight spots. I brought up the LASD SEB Team commander to try it with us (he brought an MP-5) and he did change some of the tactics they were using for indoors
  6. Something wrong with this pricing. 550s dropped in price with the release of the 750. My 550 was $750 brand new a lot of years ago. Even the extra heads wouldn't drive the price up that high. Mine was set for 45acp, 38 split, 380. My friend has it since I went back to using my Star for 45acp. The Dillon is being set up for 9mm.
  7. Indeed. I have have this fondness for flat points. Since I'm new to reloading 9mms, I have to work out a load, etc for my Springfields and a friends Glock 19. Bought a LWC in 9 to see if I'd like it and I've been shooting it more than my 45s.
  8. They also have flat points. I looked and then it's a question of patience for back orders
  9. I'm older, started in IPSC in the 70s. I still practice coming out of the holster.
  10. All my 45acp 1911s love FPs, I started with the Hornady 230 FP back in 1981 and loaded them hot for a BPD buddy. Still do using the Nosler since Hornady dropped their FP. I am new to 9mm, and happened to get some Berry's just for practice (only bullets I could lay my hands on) and at my age, 9mm is easier on this old carcass. I'd like to use 231 because we have a ton of it for 45acp use. This has to work in my Springers and a friends stock Glock 19. Any advise would be greatly appreciated and yes I know this is an old thread
  11. Sorry guys, I am new to reloading 9mm and have no problems with a 9mm 1911 (I'll be adding a 2nd shortly), however a friend of mine has my Dillon and it would be nice to set up a load (preferably 124 grain bullet) that works in both a stock Glock 19 and (the easy one) a 9mm 1911. I normally use 231 if anyone out there knows of a load, it would be a great help One more question, is anyone using coated bullets in a stock Glock 19? Sorry I have to ask, I am NOT a Glock person. The blue bullets look interesting, but after asked two Glock armorers, it's a "not sure" kind of things.
  12. Are you using a stock Glock barrel? I have a friend with a 19 and need to know if the blues will work OK. Thanks in advance. I know I'm fine with a 1911 in 9mm.
  13. Old IPSC shooter started in the 70s. Ran Brian, Rob Leatham and Chip McCormick as an RO at the early Steel Challenges. Getting back to shooting in IDPA.
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