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DFW Group Shoot 04.25.04

Discussion in 'Rallying Point and Range Discussions' started by TechBrute, Apr 1, 2004.

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  1. aguyindallas

    aguyindallas Member

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    Alduro:

    By the way, I am the knucklehead that can ONLY get out on Sundays 90% of the time. We missed you yesterday!
     
  2. DonNikmare

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    Great weather great people great shoot.

    My first time to shoot at over 25 yrds. It was very fun for me and I still have a sore shoulder from patantnonsense's 300 and 375. But I got off easy - just ask TechBrute about his tit :neener:

    Nik

    alduro
    I still want to do something but I can't get my 97b even close to 100%. I got the brass to behave on its way out but I'm still having some premature slide locks ftf's and the mag popping out with +P ammo. Once I get it all worked out we can set a date.

    Nik
     
  3. TechBrute

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    Let's think twice before taking about getting off and my tit in the same sentence.:scrutiny: :D Just so everyone knows what the deal is, I fired the .375 and pinched myself in between the stock and the bench. It sounds weird, but if you watched it, it wasn't all that weird. Anyway, there's not even a mark today, so Steve is still the gun-hickey winner.

    What's a 97b?
     
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    pics

    I posted somw pictures I took here

    I didn't put "pics" in the title like I guess I should have.
     
  5. orangeninja

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    "What's a 97b?"


    Good Lord man.....it's only one of the most accurate .45's ever. A CZ.:D

    Don....have you tried polishing the feed ramp? The premature slide lock...hmmm....maybe need a new mag the +P ammo problem is easy....you either have a worn slide catch or spring or during recoil you inadvertantly are bumping the mag release...trust me...happens more than you know.:cool:


    YES!!! I can go to the class....rest easy geegee....I'm in....Techbrute...better bone up on practice so's I don't cause you to soil yourself.....(I gots skillz):neener:

    Disclaimer: the above statement is intended soley for the aggrivation or amusement of Techbrute. This is in no way intended to mean I am a good shooter, or even adequate....just better than Pricksoot....any similarities to real life are soley by chance.:evil:
     
  6. DonNikmare

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    I'll have to shoot Mike at cz-usa an e-mail. I think what's happening with the slide lock is that the slide stop spring slides out of its spot on the inside of the slide with +p ammo. I took it out and gave it a good bending toward the inside of the slide wall. The feed ramp is reshaped and polished (by Mike) but still has feeding problems. I think the bottom line is the mags don't seat high enough and that's hard to fix but the ramp could stand another reshaping.

    By the way TechBrute probably couldn't tell the 97b was one of the most accurate .45's out of box if not the most accurate the way I was shooting it.

    Nik
     
  7. orangeninja

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    Techbrute wouldn't be able to tell if it was accurate by the way he shoots either:neener:

    LAWD......it's too easy.
     
  8. TechBrute

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    Luckily, the bullseye volutarily jumps in front of my quivering muzzle. :D
     
  9. aguyindallas

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    Techbrute....interesting....maybe it was the bulls eye on my target jumping towards yours because I sure wasnt getting the same effect on my side!
     
  10. TechBrute

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    I was noticing that you weren't using your bullseye. I thought it had a sentimental value or something. :neener:
     
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    I believe in recycling...thank you very much :banghead:
     
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