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Found 3 results

  1. I am finally ready to install a camera monitoring system on my RL1050 since installing a bullet feeder eliminates the powder check die. I really liked the ready made Ammo Vision System since I am not very electronically inclined. They no longer make that system so I am up for suggestions. I wish someone made a plug and play system. Does anyone know of such a manufacturer? Thanks for the help.
  2. I just finished a 4 part series on YouTube totaling 48min 25 sec in length. Take a look at tell me what you think. For the newbies to the platform, this gun seems intimidating at first. Hopefully this series will change that - they're no harder to work on than your Glock or M&P, there are simply pins to drive in and out... and more steps to the process. For those of you familiar with the platform - let me know what I might have left out, or what you do differently! Tanfo Tuning Part 1: Disassembly Tanfoglio Tuning Part 2: Polishing Basics Tanfoglio Tuning Part 3: Polishing and Assembly Tanfoglio Tuning Part 4: Final Assembly & Testing
  3. After weighing the decision to either buy a gun cart or cobble my own together, I opted to go the do-it-yourself route. The project was so successful I decided to write an article about it in hopes I could help other folks new to the sport. Let me emphasize that I'm not at all mechanically inclined. Only the most basic of tools were used. Build Your Own Gun Cart For 3 Gun Competition - ThruMyLens Enjoy - and do let me know your thoughts on the article.
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