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Old 09-07-2018, 03:38 PM   #1
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Default Well..it time for another! P229 257Sig!

The whole report here!

https://www.glocktalk.com/threads/p2...drums.1720978/

Some extra"footage" for you!

first three shots @ 14 yards -Underwood Ammunition - 124g -FMJ range supply:




P229 using TNT Munitions- 125g - FMJ - FP at the popper at 31 yards:




More TNT Munitions at the 50 yard steel (6-10):

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Looks like a pretty good voyage to me! What a difference ammo makes. It seems to me like the Underwood stuff does well in it. Good report - thanks for sharing.
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Looks like a pretty good voyage to me! What a difference ammo makes. It seems to me like the Underwood stuff does well in it. Good report - thanks for sharing.
There must be a trick or two to loading 357Sig! Done right, it is magnificently accurate for a defense round. Done wrong.....whew
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