Monday, October 14, 2013

Another Range Day

Grrr . . . I managed to accidently delete the photos of three targets from the shooting session, including a new one:  WPA Military Classic (Wolf, I think), a 62 gr. hollow point I picked up for $.39 per.  But here are the ones I didn’t delete.

PMC Precision 75 gr.:

Still my best performer.  I like shooting this match-grade ammo as it tells me that my lousy performance elsewhere is the fault of the cheap ammo.  The downside is that I haven’t seen this ammo available at any price in a while.

PMC Bronze 55 gr.:

I’d like to count the one in the bull’s eye as a double hole.  Yeah, that’s it . . .

The Brass Kings (reloads) 55 gr.:

My first time shooting this.  Not sure what to think.  One of the holes on the left probably belongs to PMC precision when I accidently shot at the wrong target.  The two on the right may be sloppy shooting.  We’ll have to see how it holds up.

MFS SP 62 gr.:

I only squeezed off two rounds before a cease fire was called, although if these turn out to be representative then it’s not worth its relatively expensive price.

We’ll keep trying . . .


Anonymous said...

These would be more informative if we knew the distance to the target.


Dr. Φ said...


Anonymous said...

At least you had fun. And that's what really matters.

Everyone should do this sort of test firing just to see for themselves how big a difference ammo makes.