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Member Section => Reloading => Topic started by: alfsauve on June 18, 2016, 11:06:08 am

Title: About Time: Accuracy testing my guns
Post by: alfsauve on June 18, 2016, 11:06:08 am
I've shot quite a bit at 10yds or less, I really haven't paid due diligence to the accuracy of my guns, and my reloads.

After the 929 problems, I decided to test out my G17.   Hmm guess what?  It's not very accurate with 124gr bullets either.  Duh.   Should have done this long ago.

(https://photos.smugmug.com/Gun-General/i-TN6NbCn/0/L/IMG_5480-L.jpg)


(https://photos.smugmug.com/Gun-General/i-3nCQzw3/0/L/IMG_5478-L.jpg)


(https://photos.smugmug.com/Gun-General/i-t5XBPKB/0/XL/IMG_5479-XL.jpg)

Will be getting some 147gr bullets for sure.   Since the large July GSSF match is almost on me I may be shooting Am Eagle or Atlanta Arms for that one as opposed to reloads.





and before somebody objects, yes, there were some extra holes in the 124gr target that I Gimp'd over.  They were from something else.
Title: Re: About Time: Accuracy testing my guns
Post by: Rastus on June 18, 2016, 01:06:10 pm
After the 929 problems, I decided to test out my G17.   Hmm guess what?  It's not very accurate with 124gr bullets either.  Duh.   Should have done this long ago.

A sure sign you have too many guns. 

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