agalindo
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agalindo

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    1. agalindo
      agalindo
      Sorry it took so long. It's been pretty crazy around the house. Wife fell and sprained her ankle so I've been on double duty. She finally started to drive last week.
    2. WidowMaker88
      WidowMaker88
      Hey got that MO today, thanks for that! hope that brass works out for you.
    3. Accius
      Accius
      Thanks for your help with my XDS issue. And thank you for being the one to say something to everyone else about not really helping in the matter.
    4. agalindo
      agalindo
      Hey sorry for the late reply. Much depends on what you want to use your gun for. For and SD gun I wouldn't go that low for a competition gun it would be OK as long as it was legal for you division.
    5. Digi
      Digi
      Hey, I have been reading some of your posts re a light XDm trigger, you seem to have the know how, please share your thoughts, I intend to get to ~2.5#. Lookin forward to hearing to you
    6. Cuda66
      Cuda66
      My days of takin' you serious have come to a middle...
    7. agalindo
      agalindo
      XTPs are a bit older technology but they still work OK.
    8. willsk8sjax
      willsk8sjax
      Hey, have read some of the ammo discussions and you seem to know your stuff. I can tell you do not like the Hornady CD line. I am pretty new to hand guns and the guy at my local shop said I should get Hornady 124gr XTP's for my 9mm XDM w/ 3.8 barrel for SD. Are these any good? I bought one box but haven't tried them yet to see how well they feed. I have been using 115gr FMJ's at the range though. Also, should I try to use the same weight at the range and for SD? Thanks
    9. agalindo
      agalindo
      You can set your preferences to email you where there's a reply to a thread you've subscribed to or you can click on he new tab to check the newest posts. I do both.
    10. trod
      trod
      Hey I am new and sorry for the stupid question. But what is the quickest way to check on my recent thread posts to check others replys and what not.
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