Wednesday, August 03, 2016

Click Click Boom

A hundred rounds worth of 10mm fun was had on the indoor range at Indy Arms Co. yesterday morning. It says something about the difference between Sig Sauer's 10mm FMJ loading and most other commercial 10mm FMJ loads that I make a point of shooting the Sig first, while I'm still fresh.

I got one "click" instead of a "bang" from a round of S&B ammo, on round number 68 of the day (#598 of the test). Always a risk with hard primers and striker-fired guns, and in my experience, S&B primers are harder than woodpecker lips. The round ignited on the second try.

There were no other malfunctions to report.

This makes 630 rounds since the Glock 20 was cleaned or lubricated, with two failures to feed (#401, #454) and one failure to fire (#598). 1370 rounds to go.