Monday, November 30, 2015

Range Updates...

Quick updates on the two test guns...

Stopped by the shop on Saturday with some Remington .380 ammo I'd originally purchased from Tactical Defense Solutions for the BG380 test.

150 rounds of Remington FMJ through the P250. More finger on the trigger fixed the shooting left problem. This stuff was unusually flashy; bright white muzzle flash was visible on many shots, even with the fairly well-lit conditions in the stall.

That's 400 rounds fired since the gun was last cleaned or lubricated, with no malfunctions of any type to report. 1,600 rounds to go.

Sunday morning before opening the shop, I took advantage of a little free time and stepped onto the range with the Glock 37 and a box of fifty rounds of S&B 230gr that I'd purchased from the store. Really liking the new trigger setup. The Tango Down Vickers Tactical Slide Stop installation seems to have worked, too. Go Team Me!

The gun shoots well.

The Glock 37 has now fired 270 rounds since it was last cleaned or lubed, with one parts breakage. 1,730 rounds to go.