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Went out to Atlanta Conservation Club with Mike Grasso Thursday morning to do a bit of shooting in the glorious Chamber of Commerce weather we finally got after a hot, rainy August that felt more Houston than Hoosier.
I finally shot some of that 180gr Remington FMJ over the chronograph. Despite all the flash and noise at the muzzle, the velocities were pretty tame, outrunning only the Prvi Partisan and American Eagle loads.
LO: 1050While there, I also tried some of Sig Sauer's house brand .357SIG ammo through the Glock 32. I figured that since their name was on the cartridge, they might put a little extra sauce on it. Instead, it was loaded fairly mild, but extremely consistent.
LO: 1284The Glock 20 experienced one failure to feed, on the thirteenth round of the day (#1,593 of the test)...
Armscor (#1,633, #1,640). When I tear this thing down in a couple hundred more rounds, the inside of the striker channel will be of special interest.
This makes 1680 rounds since the Glock 20 was cleaned or lubricated, with six failures to feed (#401, #454, #1,213, #1,297, #1,413, #1,593) and eight failures to fire (#598, #1,016, #1,029, #1,376, #1,595, #1,628, #1,633, #1,640). 320 rounds to go.