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    Neal Wegner

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  1. Two different clubs and ranges: Pima Pistol Club: https://pimapistolclub.com/ Southern Arizona Pratical Shooters at 3 point range (Tucson Rifle Club) : http://www.tucsonrifleclub.org/Tactical_Intro.shtml
  2. Intel6

    hogue grips

    +1 Just about all of my revolvers have the X frame Houge grip. I have larger hands and like how they feel. I had various types of grips but most end up feeling too thin and didn't fill out my grip. I put them on my competition revolvers and then just put them on most of my other revolvers (610, 625's etc...) even if they aren't for competition. Now when I pick up and shoot a revolver they feel exactly the same.
  3. Unfortunatley, there is not any one in SV that I could recommend, specifically for 2011's. SV is a small town and the gunsmiths that are here are more oriented towards general repair and rifles.
  4. Those loadbooks just complie data directly from other books. That data in particular is originally from Hornday, very distinctive how the data is displayed.
  5. I got my 650 back in 1995 and have been running it hard ever since, loaded countless amounts of ammo on it. I had a refurbed by Dillon a whike back and it is still going strong. I really like the rotary priming system, the one on my 550 is always a PITA. I guess I can see why Dillon made this change (simplicity and less customer issues) but I think it is step backwards.
  6. My general shooting load for CS is the same as it was when I loaded it as the original #2. 4.0 gr. behing a 124 gr. lead/coated bullet in 9mm is my standard shooting load. I cant tell you how many thousands of that load I have loaded and shot. It ill get you in the ball park and you can adjust from there.
  7. N320 & WST both fast burning so they shoot clean.
  8. https://www.speedshooter.com/product_detail.cfm?id=GG-GPRS&gogun-ar-15-polymer-gas-pedal I got a few of these one year at the Nationals. Put one on my 1522 and it didn't work out well for me due to my large hands.
  9. My son is up just north of Austin and they got hit by the weather about the same time so it was big.
  10. I also have never had a primer detonation on my 650 (got the 650 in 1995) using all brands of primers especially Federals for my revolvers. The funny thing is years ago Lee specifically said they do not recommend using Federal primers in their hand primers. Not sure if they still do but I remember reading and looking into it before deciding that I was going to anyway.
  11. I have one on one of my 625's and Dawson's on all the rest. It works good but I prefer the Dawson's for the smaller FO.
  12. Nice! built on a Safari Arms frame, definitely old school there. I fitted an old Colt Ace conversion to one of my SA frames like that, very distinct.
  13. Sad news, the revolver world has lost a great one. Vic was always friendly and a great person to talk with. I live way South below Tucson and would come up to shoot a Rio a few times a year but every time Vic would remember me and chat like we saw each other all the time. Rest in peace.
  14. I got mine because I have always liked shotguns. I picked up a shockwave and a Tac 14 wood just because they were interesting. I didn't figure I would use them for anything other than fun. I have had a blast shooting them and after shooting them you can get more proficient with them enough to use them for something other than fun. I got an adaptor and put a brace on my Tac 14 and that really made it more useable, going to leave that on for a while.
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