Thursday, May 05, 2016
On the one hand and on the other...
(For those unaware of the difference, an "FMJ" or "Full Metal Jacket" round usually has exposed lead on the base of the bullet. "TMJ" is Speer's trade terminology for "Total Metal Jacket"; the lead is entirely enclosed in a copper envelope. This removes a source of airborne lead. I will frequently just refer to these bullets as "FMJ" or "ball" in informal writing or conversation. Aspies and OCD sufferers will just have to deal.)
I'll take a box to MCF&G with a chrono here in the next day or two.
AmeriGlo CAPs .
I've said it before and I'll say it again: The factory Glock sights are like the stock photos that come in picture frames or the cardboard credit cards that come in a new wallet: Just there as a placeholder until you fill the sight notches with the real thing.
Anyhow, that makes 269 total rounds fired with three failures to go completely into battery (#63, #78, #126) and two failures to feed (#221, #224). 1,731 rounds left to go.