I can safely say that whatever issues I encounter in my upcoming class, they won’t be the fault of the projectile ignition-launching device…wow! Dead-center hits whenever you want them.
UPDATE: I ran
320gr. 230gr. white-box ball-ammo from seven different, seven-round Kimber KimPro magazines, the Tripp Research (7-rd), and the Ed Brown (7-rd), first on some NRA #B3 50-foot pistol targets, at 21-feet. I had some JHP already loaded up in three magazines and shot on these Shoot-N-C’s, all without a magazine hitch.
The first shot on each touched the center. My glasses worked OK but it’s more that my vision at arm’s length is sub-par, than anything else. I found the link and also figured out how to press down on the safety-paddle and bring the gun back on target fast, and right-on WestOfTheWest, the beavertail did its job.
I needed to get that out of the way and test my magazines anyhow – you can’t go to class unprepared. I’m glad to get the accuracy uncertainty out of the way especially, everything in class will be a personal learning experience and all mistakes directly tied to operator error.
And now I have to clean some stainless steel, mostly soot on the end of the pretty-shiny BadBadThang – I wonder if Barkeeper’s Friend is good for this job?
UPDATE: Oh yeh, the Tripp Research magazine is real slick, an absolute delight, a stunner – I’m loving it. Sublime.