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About diablodawg

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  • Birthday May 26

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    Yucca Valley, CA
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    Marine Infantry Officer. Homebrewer. Crossfitter/powerlifter. I shoot Lim, Prod, SS and HM 3gun.
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    Nathan Bedle

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  1. What are the round counts for the courses? Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  2. No. The 650 is garbage. Wish i had kept my 550. The only advantage is a station for a bullet feeder. Get a 1050 and stop swaging separately. Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  3. Just use your weak hand to charge. Or get the dedicated side charger. $200 isn't that much and has less things to fail than this thing. Sent from my SM-T710 using Tapatalk
  4. Shot my first PCC pistol match- Holosun worked as advertised, big circle was great for close range stuff Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  5. That's what I'm running, really good so far. 65MOA circle for full targets, dot zeroed at 25m. I might swap out my AR-1X for one on my 5.56 gun I like it so much. Sent from my SM-T710 using Tapatalk
  6. For people that will never shoot it, I don't get the resistance. State up front that people need to man up and shoot the hard lean/rope type stages with one arm or accept the procedurals. Stop acting like we don't make stage design decisions for different guns- 8 round arrays are for a reason, as are no tiny low ports that eliminate dot and big stick use. Don't pretend like we don't make general exceptions either; what happens when an amputee shows up to shoot one of your vaunted rope stages? One of the proudest moments of my time as a shooter was seeing a vet in a wheel chair wheeling around
  7. Sorry, quote button didn't work- looking for RBoyes' 308 win load.
  8. I used to use the bandoller tied off and slung across my body. The cardboard holds them pretty well if you peel the fabric back out of the way. And they are free and reusable.
  9. I have done thousands of 240B brass. No issues. I wouldn't do more than 2-3 loadings though, MG's tend to be a bit rough on brass.
  10. Powder check gave too many false alarms- haven't used it in years. With auto indexing it would be hard to double charger or squib unless something is funky going on. When I have stoppages, I stop before ramming home and check to make sure everything is going as it should.
  11. It's out there if you stay on top of the market. I've gotten 20lbs of TAC and 10lbs of WST in the last month.
  12. I ended up using a dremel to enlarge the (now) top ports to larger than stock. It had noticeably less flip than before. I have another I will throw on my gun and compare. If anything, I now realize Miculeks are super easy to work on and not hardened like other comps. If my new one on a different rifle has flip, I won't hesitate to whip out the dremel. I will put up some pics once I get to the range.
  13. Thanks fellas, I had it done before I went on a deployment and didn't have time to fix it before I left; a bit late now. And yeah, no more going to him for work of any kind. I will reshape and update.
  14. Long story short, gunsmith pinned and welded a Miculek brake upside down on my fiancé's 14.5 AR. What are my options- drill some holes or reshape the port to give more force upwards? It pushes it up noticeably. Not a huge deal since she is a new shooter and not super fast anyways, but it will be more apparent as she shoots more and gets better. Thanks.
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