Yes. It has finally dropped below .50 a round now.
About 8 hours ago.
I took my P226 out to re-zero the red dot, following some warranty work. After that, it was theme day: SAOs Only.
Lots of fun putting the 2020 Sig P226 9mm with its red dot sight up against my 1902 Colt Bisley 32-20 WCF with its teeny-tiny iron sights. What a difference between the two in terms of feel.
Not planning to strap the Colt to my leg for my EDC, but it fared pretty well at 10 and even 20 yards — 21 out of 24 shots on the paper.
Sig P226 SAO (left), Colt Bisley (right)
Welcome to the family @Cynthia and God bless you.
I taught a class today. It was his first time ever shooting a gun. This is his target.
I, on the other hand,( AFTERWARDS) took the time to get frustrated at my new gun. The scope was not tightened down. Then I had to sight it in. Then using Glock mags, I kept having different failures. It went from double feeding to stove piping to one I had never seen. The spent casing was in sideways and it was all jammed up. That would have been really bad in a SDS.( Self-Defense Situation!)
What gun and ammo?
My first shot, 25 yards, sighting in my Bushnell red dot. Took off the ADE as the stupid design requires removing it for battery replacement anyways, so it went on to the “spare stuff” shelf.
CMMG Banshee .45 ACP FMJ 230 grain
My reloads. Works well in my Kimber and my Springfield 1911’s
Well, hope it gets over its hiccups for you.
Yesterday…and I’m planing to visit it at least twice this week.
- Defensive shooting and moving
- Holster draw
Bet that felt good. Nice shot!