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  1. Hey Guys, So I've been trying to locate a gunsmith who can/will mill out my Grand Power X-cal or K100 slide for a Shield RMS. (Carry Optics) I know there are Eliason style mounts out there (for x-cal) that I have found from reading others posts: http://www.customguns.co.uk/shop-page/4580285375/grand-power-k22-xtrim-minisight-mount/9700063 http://www.egwguns.com/pistol-scope-mounts/optima/jp-mount-for-colt-gold-cup/ But that isn't really the route that I'd like to go. Milling would get the dot lower and would be a more secure mount than the above options. I contacted the company who did the Gold K100 job 2 years ago and was turned down because he said the slide is just not ideal for a red dot. I understand the geometry/lack of material to work on etc so I get that. However after seeing that it's been done successfully, I don't see why it cant be done again. They are such awesome shooters I think it would make them even more fun. So if anyone knows any gunsmiths who are able or willing to do this job please let me know. I'm sure other people are just as interested and I would really appreciate a referral to a professional!
  2. I started dabbling with Production late last season after picking up a Mk7 on a pretty sweet deal. This year I'm wanting to play with Production more than my usual Limited, so I went ahead and added the 9mm to my loading setup. The kicker is that I'm setting up a load that will work in three different guns; K100 and MP9 Pro 5" mainly with a CZ P-01 for fun/back up gun. I'm aiming for 130-135PF but what I finding interesting is the results with the K100. Namely that is seems to lag behind in the higher range by a decent amount compared to the M&P and even the CZ. For some reason its just not building the speed like the others. Have others noticed anything similar? What loads are you using or tried with your K100/GP6? Here's what I've recorded so far. Just going for ball park before fine tuning so all numbers are the average of what was seen Powder: Titegroup Bullet: Xtreme 124gn FP OAL: 1.053 Primer: WSP PWDR VEL PF PWDR VEL PF PWDR VEL PF PWDR VEL PF PWDR VEL PF PWDR VEL PF P-01 3.80" 3.4 894.5 110.918 3.6 963.75 119.505 3.8 996.00 123.504 4 1037.2 128.613 4.2 1070.0 132.680 4.4 1089 135.036 K100 4.25" 3.4 914.4 113.386 3.6 947.4 117.478 3.8 1004.6 124.570 4 1021.4 126.653 4.2 1043.0 129.332 4.4 1074.7 133.259 M&P9 5.00" 3.4 942.6 116.882 3.6 981.8 121.743 3.8 1052.2 130.473 4 1076.2 133.449 4.2 1101.7 137.599 4.4 1148 142.352 With the growing popularity of the GP line, I thought this would be a good topic to get rolling since I haven't seen much information in the way of loading for the platform. EDIT: updated load data for which gun
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