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Which comp for 9mm major/minor rebarrel?


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I bought a pistol from another shooter in 38sc and it runs great but I hate not being able to shoot in the winter outside because I don't want to just throw away all that brass that I can't find. And 9mm major or minor would be perfect for lost brass matches and winter don't want to pick brass matches. I have a bar-sto barrel cert so that's where I'm getting the barrel so now I just need to find a comp that will work for major and minor loads well.

All help is appreciated,

Ben

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Ben I am pretty sure if you get a comp for major it will not work all that well with minor loads. Your welcome to share my steelmaster I have enough mags to go around now.

Come guys are just shooting 9mm ammo in their 38 super comp guns and the round headspaces off the extractor.

Pat

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Im going with the Cheely on my new build. My other gun has the Akai and I like it alot.

+1 on both! I have a newly built Cheely 9 Major gun, runs 100% It's the best shooting Open Gun I have ever shot!!!

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I figured as much but I haven't really heard/read of many (if any) people using bar-sto, usually kkm, storm lake, kart, schuemann and Briley but I've only been poking around in the uspsa/action pistol stuff for a little while and I just began looking into open and rebarreling. Amazing what a killer deal on an open gun will do to you. Lol

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I got my 2 port comp to work so, so, for 9mm minor (145PF) using HS-6 powder & either small rifle primers or small magnum primers, these primers make sure all the powder is burned. Might want to try a one port comp for minor. I'm going to try one when I get around to it. Don't know how much better if any it will be. Maybe someone on this forum could chime in.

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I got my 2 port comp to work so, so, for 9mm minor (145PF) using HS-6 powder & either small rifle primers or small magnum primers, these primers make sure all the powder is burned. Might want to try a one port comp for minor. I'm going to try one when I get around to it. Don't know how much better if any it will be. Maybe someone on this forum could chime in.

I never thought more ports than necessary would affect things. Wouldn't they just be obsolete after passing through the ports one needs? I can see how compensation would be affected if you don't have enough, but not too many.

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