Friday, November 30, 2018

Fallback plan...

Tuesday I switched to an alternate range plan. The 9mm ammo I'd ordered Monday morning hadn't showed up yet, and so I grabbed the last hundred rounds of .40 FMJ I had ready to hand and the neglected 4046 and took it to the range instead of the P89.

The only .40 that's anywhere near as pleasant as the full-size all-steel Smiths to shoot with duty-type .40S&W loads is the HK USP40 full-size.

It occurred to me while shooting this thing that if I were picking a trigger to teach someone a press-out or the "flip and press" method of trigger control, the DAO Smith (which isn't a true DAO) would be the one I'd use.

There were no malfunctions of any type to report. This makes 400 rounds through the gun with zero failures of any type.