Wednesday, April 26, 2017

All The Bees...

Had both the "subcaliber" P250s at the range yesterday, .380ACP and .22LR, just to compare them side by side. The P250 shot up the last eighty rounds of Cap Arms .380 100gr FP FMJ, and I put fifty rounds of Remington Golden Bullets through the .22LR gun.

The .380 was shooting pretty quickly by my slow standards; most shots fired at a .5-.75 clip. The .22 was fired literally as fast as I could work the DAO trigger. It hardly moves under recoil, of course, so it's just a matter of waiting for the sights to align again. I was trying really hard to keep the trigger in motion the whole time.

The deuce-deuce P250 experienced a single failure to feed on round #36. It's now fired 110 rounds.