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Old 09-09-2018, 11:07 AM   #1
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Default M&Pc 357Sig - ammo matters! a range report

Full report here:

https://www.glocktalk.com/threads/s-...oaded.1721284/

Included xtras for the Early risers!:

Great Lakes Ammo on the gong at 25 yards. The third shot juuust creased the bottom of the steel (about halfway point of slide)



Great Lakes Ammo on the popper at 31 yards. I went 3/6




LAX on steel at 18 yard (6-6)

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Good shooting. I like the M&Pc in the 1st version. I never tried the newer 2.0 version. I didn't know they made a .357Sig version of it.
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Gotta like those M&P's. Like you said, ammo sure makes a difference. Nice gun, good shooting and great report Glock!
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Old 09-09-2018, 07:29 PM   #4
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Thanks! You may have noticed I got a new phone too! They finally pried the old flip phone out of my hand. I think I had it since 2009
I am not into all the hi-tech stuff but the new one sure takes nice pics
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Old 09-11-2018, 04:22 AM   #5
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Sure does glock! I don't have a flip phone, but mine isn't far from it. It has a keyboard and a little bigger screen and that's about it. I tried an IPhone, but I couldn't get the hang of the touch screen keyboard. Your camera is much better than mine.
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We still have a flip phones, it's taken 3 pictures to put on the phones screen. My last 3 dogs, phones have out lived 2 dogs and is working on dog #3! Changed batteries a little mote than a year ago. $30 bucks a phone and 2 OEM Motorola $3 batteries. I can't shoot any targets I'm proud of, I rely on my first shots "Spidey sense." I have practiced with my pellet G26 sending shots as soon as I clear the holster with fairly good accuracy from 5-15 feet. Of course the ladder holding the cardboard with a bad guy taped on it doesn't move or return fire so my "Spidey sense" may not work but it's the best I got. Do I look scary?
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I have all this technology and all I do is phone, text and take pictures....just like my old phone. To the younger generation, I'm sure I look just like my Grandparents did to me. My Grandparents.... who finally accepted VHS machines, but would not set the time on the display because it was too complicated/scary!
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