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About martinjd

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    Glock G19
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    Glock G40

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  1. Well I woke up around 2:00 yesterday morning and thought I would check ammoseek for primers, no luck. I searched Google and Bass Pro was the first link. I was able to get 5,000 Winchester Magnum Primers from them for $189.00. Appreciate all the replies.
  2. Hi, I am looking for RL-25, RL-26, H1000, or RETUMBO to load for 300 PRC. Thanks
  3. Just enough to get by until they are available again so 500 up to a few thousand. I just bought a 300 PRC and looking to do some reloading. This is my first time using magnum in a rifle primer. Thanks
  4. Looking to trade some small pistol primers for magnum large rifle primers.
  5. .04 each including shipping for 5,000
  6. Ordered another round from Powder Valley through AmmoSeek just now. You can create an account and it will alert you when what you want is found. $198.90 inlcuing shipping for 5,000. .039 per primer
  7. Just bought 5,000 CCI 500 small pistol primers from Powder Valley Inc for $155.
  8. That is a nice looking setup.
  9. I have put a few hundred rounds through it and it is holding zero so far; at least as far as I can tell. I did use loctite on the rmr to base screws. I know the military use a lot of Trijicon and if it takes the abuse they put it through I feel pretty confident. A high priority for me were the backup iron sights.
  10. So I have just completed my new EDC. It is a Glock 19 MOS that replaced my G19 G4. I added the Trijicon RM07 6.5 MOA RMR along with the recommended kit, AC32064 RMR Mounting Kit, a SureFire XC1, and a set of Dawson Precision iron sights for backup. I went with the Trijicon over the Burris that I have on my 41 because the Trijicon can be left on at medium brightness for up to 4 years and it was much easier to find sights to work with the Trijicon than the Burris which sets a little taller. I am amazed at how much better I am able to shoot with a red dot on a pistol. As I get older it is harder to focus on the front and rear sites and the target. The only thing I couldn't find was a holster and most companies are not making one at this time that will accommodate the SureFire XC1. I ordered one from Dara Holsters but they are 8 weeks out. This next paragraph may sound like an advertisement but it isn't and I get nothing but the satisfaction of recommending quality work out of the deal. I needed some kind of holster now, while waiting on the Dara to come in, so I did a lot of searching and found out about Bruce here in Middle Tennessee. Bruce is a Firearms Instructor, Gunsmith, and has been making quality kydex holsters for the last 4 years. The holster you see in the images below was made by Bruce for my gun. I am not sure what his normal turn around time is but he had mine made in about a day and the quality and fit are fantastic. I am in no way affliated with Bruce but you can reach him at roninsar@gmail.com if you are interested in a custom holster from a local source. Be sure to put kydex holster in the subject line. Pictures below.
  11. Green tritium vials front and rear with a white tritium ring around the front site/vial. Attached a new picture.    
  12. Thanks. I think KahrMan might be able to get by with a shorter sight since the Trijicon sits a little lower.
  13. Thanks. Yeah. I bought that kit thinking I would buy the RM07 but decided to start with a less expensive optic. I may still end up purchasing the RM07 when I get the G19 in MOS.

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