Quick little post today… En and I went out to the range and shot off a bunch of 9mm (-ish) rounds today.
Loading up a magazine of either hand-loaded lead into the Sig X5 or factory ammo for the Beretta 92FS and Glock 17. To mix things up we had the Smith & Wesson .357 Magnum too.
Hey, the .357 is only 0.002″ bigger. I count that as the same as the 9mm.
We shot off around 550 rounds give or take… around 200 rounds of hand-loaded lead, 300 rounds of factory (I have a pile of factory 9mm… I have jacketed bullets ready to load, just haven’t had the need) and anther 50 or so .357 Magnum hand loads.
Switching between the guns makes you focus on the fundamentals: sight picture and trigger control. I think I was shooting a lot better at the end than the beginning.
As an added bonus I think I’m getting a better handle on the Glock than before. I was complaining about the feel of the trigger but I think I’m finally getting used to it.
Mind you, the Sig’s trigger is infinitely better anyway… but I think I can finally shoot the Glock as well.