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  1. Just wanted to share the DIY strong mount I came up with for my rock chucker. Used a boat seat pedestal made by Attwood, purchased at Walmart for $10~ I did have to put a piece of wood between the press and pedestal to elevate the press high enough so the link assembly would clear the bench. I clamped the wood to the pedestal using C clamps and drilled the mounting holes through the wood and pedestal at the same time. This helped keep the drill bit from walking. This method possibly could work for a dillon press too if you got the 13" high pedestal and the mounting surface was wide enough. I used the 7" pedestal. For $20 it's a great way to get the press on and off the bench quickly when working with limited space.
  2. Check out this page on how to build a cheap portable target stand! These are crazy durable. Even withstood some withering fire from a full auto SBR. With some minor repairs afterwards. https://www.instructables.com/id/PVC-Target-Stand-10/
  3. Got my CGW trigger kit in yesterday and spent the afternoon installing it. I also polished all of the interfaces in my SP-01. Don't have a trigger gauge but it is MUCH better! I will caution that if you do a kit, be careful when reassembling the sear cage. Those springs fly easy and are hard to find. I'll order a couple spares for the future. It was not as much of a hassle as I thought it might be. Easy instructions on this forum and on CZ Firearms forum. THIS was a great resource in disassembly and reassembly. 10x bushing waiting on my Dawson sights to get here.
  4. Hey all, I'm looking to sew up my own custom IDPA vest. I cut my teeth with sewing on camping equipment, and I think I can make the vest to my specific preferences better if I do it myself over contracting it out. I'm having a problem sourcing suitable material for the project. I want to use Uncoated Cordura. I am trying to determine what the best weight. I'm looking at 1000D and 500D. Does anyone know what weight is used in the Competitive Concealment vest? I've had the chance to handle one of their vests and it would be a good comparison for when I decide to place my fabric order.
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