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  1. Hello; Montana Gold 115 JHP, 8.9 grains of HS-6, Winchester small rifle primers, 1.170" OAL. This should give you 171PF in your TruBor. Thanks, Eric
  2. Hello: I am still setting mine up but so far I have the Gray Guns trigger kit, GG steel guide rod and I am using a 14lb ISMI recoil spring. I think either a 14 or 15 pound spring should be good for you. I am going to stipple my grip and if I don't like that I will silicon carbide it. The grips are cheap so I plan on having two for different games. Thanks, Eric
  3. Hello: What is your load and bullet used? Thanks, Eric
  4. Hello: I thought the same thing about the bore axis being higher up but it really shoots well with a nice load around 131PF. I am still working up loads and working out some self induced bugs on it. Thanks, Eric
  5. Hello: I am using a Holosun 507C on my Glock 17 and a Romeo 1 on my Sig P320x5. I like the Holosun alot with it's small dot size and option to use the circle. The Romeo for me has a large dot size since it is a 6 but looks like a 10. It also does not have a setting that is great for me when I shoot indoors. Low is too low and the next one up is a little too bright for me. The Romeo came with the pistol and I do like the larger glass on it. I have seen another Sig with the DPP but I have also seen some of those go down on open pistols. You may want to wait and see what Sig will be bringing out soon? Thanks, Eric
  6. Hello: Get a 13lb recoil spring. You can use a Seattle slug and cut the bottom off like a Pearce plug. Thanks, Eric
  7. Hello: Could you have had case that split or separated? Thanks, Eric
  8. Hello: The TruBor's I have shot I was using Montana Gold 115 JHP with HS-6, Silhouette, WAC and 3N37. Very accurate and quick back on target. I forgot to add this is in 9mm. Thanks, Eric
  9. Hello: I did not get a chance to do any testing since I had some trigger problems. Hopefully it is all cured now. I do have one load that is 124gr Extreme plated, 3.9 grains Clean Shot, Winchester small pistol primers, 1.140" OAL. Soft shooting and quick splits. Thanks, Eric
  10. Hello: Glad to had a chance to dust off your PCC. I have found the stock 4 weight JP buffer setup works very well if you tune it. You can short stroke it or lighten the weights and change the spring weight to match your reloads. I really don't see a need for the 5 weight JP short stroke setup. Besides I already have the 4 weight buffers. Get a better laser but I have found I am not using it that much anymore. I just look at the hits on paper and put more bullets down range if I am not hitting the target. Love those really big sticks for PCC. Thanks, Eric
  11. Hello: You have to put a magazine in there and then weight it. Thanks, Eric
  12. Hello: I am shooting Carry Optics right now and having alot of fun with it. I started Carry Optics with a Glock 17 with a Brownells slide for an RMR. I am running a Holosun 507C and really like it. My new Carry optics pistol as of Monday is a Sig P320X5 with a Romeo 1 on top. Both pistols have there goods and differences. Glock mags are cheap and so are most of the parts. The Sig is a nicer grip for me and a better aftermarket trigger setup. I did buy an adapter plate for the Sig so I can put the Holosun on it if needed. If you go for open get a used TruBor in 9mm and don't look back. Both carry optics and open on most stages you will need one reload but and the big but is that carry optics is minor scoring. Welcome back to the sport and get out there and have some fun. Thanks, Eric
  13. Hello: Another thing to look at is make sure the base pad goes all the way on, not just enough to push the pin up. I had this on one magazine a while back. Thanks, Eric
  14. Hello: I can give you a nice Glock 34 load that is accurate and also works in a G17. 147 grain Acme bullet, 3.1 grains Clean Shot, Federal Primers(I have a very light trigger), this gives me a 131-134PF in either the G17 or G34. My 135 load is Acme 135gr, 3.9gr HP-38(231), Federal small pistol primers. This 131-133PF. In the Glock I like the heavier bullets. In my 9mm 1911 I like the 124gr bullets. Thanks, Eric
  15. Hello: I have shot Glocks for years and 1911/2011's as well. I like the way the grip feels in my hand. It just feels right but I will have to either stipple or grit the grip so I get a better hold. I would suggest you shoot one and see how it does for you. Thanks, Eric
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