One of the guns I recently got in for testing is the Taurux TX22.
I was drawn to it by the decent to good reviews I saw and that it is a 16+1 capacity and had an option for a threaded barrel. Yes yes, sorry Jersey folks!
Have about 200 or so rounds through the gun right now of various ammo, Winchester and Federal bulk packs, CCI mini mags and Remington Standard velocity.
Really awesome and no problems hitting steel at 25 yards or so.
The big thing for me however is that it is a "standard size" plastic fantastic pistol and has a really nice trigger.
All of that for under $300!
Not sure of the long term longevity but so far... am quite impressed.
Let me know if you want to check it out and I figure the video will be out in a month or so.
I reload 223 with CCI #41 mil primers. Seem to have trouble getting depth especially with Lake and Federal brass. Lucky if they are -.001 or -.002. Sometimes +.001 or +.002.
Primer pockets are thoroughly prepped with three tools. I use both a hand tool and my press inserter gadget. There is no mil crimp problem here.
So what depth should I expect and how do I achieve that?
I have no such problem with 9mm or 308 WIN.
Thanks for the help.
Bulls make money, bears make money, pigs get slaughtered. With that in mind, I punched out of the Crypto I bought on Paypal. I bought about $100 worth of BTC and $50 of Etherium when they opened it up there in early December. Both had more than doubled, so it was time for me to get out of there. It was just because I had money sitting in Paypal that I bought it.
I just transferred those proceeds to my other banks that lets me push into Coinbase. Thinking of buying a 10000 Siacoin or so, just in case it runs up to a dollar or more. It's just mad money, so why not.