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AGGIE85

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    Joe C. Holland
  1. Does anyone know of a magazine pouch compatible with the polymer magazines used in the 9 and 40 USP. I am looking for an open top pouch for use in competition.
  2. Does anyone make a competition holster for the new L9-A2 MF pistol? It really doesn't do any good to buy the pistol if you cannot get a suitable holster for competition. Are there any holsters for existing firearms (p320 X5) that will work with the Steyr?
  3. Does anyone know of a competition holster (OWB) for the Thunder Pro XT? I would like a holster which will work in IDPA SSP and USPSA Production. I am thinking of trying one out but cannot find a holster that will work. Any help would be appreciated.
  4. Who makes a OWB Holster for the BEII one could use for competition?
  5. I have a G35 with a buried Bomar rear sight. With this set up, it requires a taller than normal front sight. Does anyone know of a competition holster with a larger than normal sight channel which will accommodate the tall front sight of the buried set-up.
  6. I've been using it for several years with 124 Precision Delta at 3.6 gn. 1.120 oal. out of a 92fs for IDPA. Reminds me of VV320. I've also just loaded some 125gn hard cast since fmj's are so hard to come by these days.
  7. I've been using the 5X5 Stronglifts for about a year now. I've lost 34 lbs. and I squat 320#, bench #265, and dead lift #400. When you lift and minimize the time between sets you get the benefits of a cardio workout. I swear by it. It is power lifter routine as opposed to a bodybuilder routine. I swear by it.
  8. AGGIE85

    pressure signs?

    I had the same concern when I started shooting Beretta's. Both of my 90-two and PX-4 look the same way. It's normal for a Beretta. Regards
  9. I've been using them for the last two years on a weekly basis for competition and have not had the first issue. I will not use them for carry but for dropping them to the ground in matches I have no complaints. Cheers
  10. Your question regarding whether to protect your car or not is up to you. If the thief captures your code and opens your vehicle remotely your alarm will not sound and he will probably take as much time as he likes with your car and you will not know anything has happened till you return. This scheme is coming over from Europe. The sad thing is, the dirt bag with the technical know who is assembling these systems is just enabling the thief. They can also set up in one location such as a match hotel capture a number of codes and hit more than one vehicle without sounding any alarms. Manufacturers do not consider this a problem yet. When they do they will probably change to 128 bit encryption with authentication. This means the numeric password will be longer and when you press the button on your fob the vehicle will send a transmission to the fob to verify the signal.
  11. Just a hint to anyone transporting guns or things of value in your vehicle. If you pull into a hotel parking lot, restuarant, or rest area do not use your key fob to secure your vehicle. The remote entry systems currently in vehicles utilize 40 bit encryption. All it takes to defeat theses systems is a receiver/scanner/transmitter and a laptop. As you exit your vehicle and activate the transmitter located in your fob the signal is captured by the thief(s). After you are out of sight the thief can then re-transmit the un-lock codes. This includes unlocking your car, open the trunk, and if your vehicle has remote start that system can be activated. To protect yourself from this, manually lock your doors if you are carrying precious cargo such as guns or electronics. Regards
  12. Good for you. We currently have two rescue dogs which were physically abused. Both are now physically healed but we are working on them mentally. The little female is just coming out of her shell. It is good that you have two because with our two the second rescue we got which was the worst depends on the other a great deal. Regards, JCH
  13. I am currently using 1/4 cup white vinegar and a 2 tablespoons of ZEP citrus cleaner/degreaser.
  14. The RCBS Sidewinder is all I use these days. Place the cases in the drum fill with warm water to a level just below the case level put in a 1/4 cup of vinegar and a splash of Zep citrus cleaner and let it run for an hour. Rinse the cases 3 or 4 times using the drain cap and pour them out on an old towel to dry overnight. No more lead dust caused by the vibratory cleaner and separator. All the nasty residue goes down the drain.
  15. I bought 20K Winchester SP from Recobs Target Shop last week for $117.00 and 10K of the WLP the week before. They had a selection of all brands and sizes when I was there. Their web address is recobstargetshop.com if anyone is interested. They are great people to deal with and their prices are good since I can pick-up and avoid haz-mat and shipping.
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