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Range Day, Lil' Bit of everything........

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by Sgt. Stiglitz, Jul 7, 2013.

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  1. Sgt. Stiglitz

    Sgt. Stiglitz Member

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    I am on AL till the middle of July so I went to range to play with a few toys.....Didn't know where to stick this one but since I shot mostly revolvers I will stick it here. feel free to move it if necessary. I took my BP High Power, 5906, CZ 75B .40, Glock 22C, S&W 1917, Model 60, both of my Centennial's, the model 40 in .38 Spl. and 940 in 9 MM. My Inland .30 Carbine, Ruger PC4 in .40 and my ASA 9 MM AR. I shot mostly cast lead reloads. Right off the 940 does not like lead. any cast lead keyholes at 7 yds. mostly even sized to .357 or .356. jacketed for this one Only! All the other toys played well with cast lead. Even my Inland .30 shoots cast lead well, but it shoots everything I stick in in well.

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    .30 Carbine Loads
    Lyman Ly2660410 Mould For Rifle Bullet Fits Cal .30m1/7.62x39 130gr
    11Grs IMR 4227

    1543 fps
    1520
    1517
    Same bullet with 11grs of WW296

    1591 fps
    1489
    1511
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    Browning HighPower
    RCBS Cast Lead 124Gr 9 MM RN (gascheck machined off RCBS MOULD 9MM-124-RN 2-CAVITY (.356)Item #:RCBS82062 )
    5Grs Unique

    1062 fps 1198
    1144 1164
    1136 1137
    1144 1099
    1159
    1179
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    S&W 5906
    5Grs Unique 124Gr JHP

    1279 fps
    1111
    1108
    1110
    1141
    1097
    1113
    1114

    S&W 5906
    RCBS Cast Lead 124Gr 9 MM RN (gascheck machined off RCBS MOULD 9MM-124-RN 2-CAVITY (.356)Item #:RCBS82062 )
    5Grs Unique

    1074 fps
    1082
    1107
    1086
    1074
    1109
    1095
    1097
    1136
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    S&W 40 Centennial .38 Spl.
    150Gr Cast SWC 5 Grs Unique

    814 fps
    774
    838
    853
    810

    S&W 40 Centennial .38 Spl.
    150Gr Cast SWC 4.5 Grs Unique

    697 fps
    775
    826
    756
    784
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    S&W 40 Centennial .38 Spl.
    130Gr Cast Lee RN 4.5 Grs Unique (LEE 2-Cavity Mold 356-125-2R 125 Grain Bullet 9mm NIB #90309 Sized to .358)

    701 fps
    752
    681
    731
    738
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    S&W 60 3" .357/.38 Spl.
    130Gr Cast Lee RN 4.5 Grs Unique (LEE 2-Cavity Mold 356-125-2R 125 Grain Bullet 9mm NIB #90309 Sized to .358)

    705fps
    771
    832
    749
    765
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    S&W 60 3" .357/.38 Spl.
    150Gr Cast SWC 4.5 Grs Unique

    875fps
    859
    834
    808
    747
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    S&W 940 Centennial 9 MM
    124 Gr cast Lee FN .356 5 grs Unique (LEE 2-Cavity Mold 356-125-2R 125 Grain Bullet 9mm NIB #90309 Sized to .358)

    1003fps
    1023
    1022
    1027
    1037

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  2. firesky101

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    You sir appear to have had a great day. Time for me to get back on the press, so I may enjoy such a day soon:D
     
  3. BYJO4

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    Looks like you had a great day at the range. Now comes the cleaning of all those guns which is the only part of shooting that I don't care for.
     
  4. bannockburn

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    All I can say after seeing all of your photos is that:

    1) You have some very nice shooting guns.
    2) You had a great day at the range.
    3) You did a quality job reloading.
    4) You have a lot of guns to clean tomorrow.
     
  5. YZ

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    Did you say you used a lead pencil?!

    Nice job indeed, most of all with the Glock. 40S&W is not the easiest to shoot accurately. Got a favorite?
     
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