So whenever Matt visits, a trip to the range is in order.
The weather gave us a break and it was reasonably warm but muddy at the range.
We ran a total of 250 rounds through the P30, 200 WWB, and 50 Federal FMJs, and 50 rounds of Speer Gold Dot 124+p rounds. I figured it was time to have some hollow points through it.
The Speer Gold Dots had noticeably more oomph than the FMJ rounds.
Zero malfunctions so far with the P30, though the feed ramp is getting all sorts of dirty.
The shiny metal part is what the entire feed ramp should look like, instead most is covered in carbon, but it still fed every round without complaint.
The Glock 17, M&P 40 Pro, and then the M&P 22 also came out for some suppressed fun, and yes silencers do in fact help protect your ears.
Then we shot some rifles.
Matt highly enjoyed shooting the Tavor, AR15, M1 Garand, and SAR-1. The Tavor was his favorite and he ran it very well with the AR15 a close second.
We also shot a couple more handguns that deserve their own posts, which will come later.
Afterwards we headed of to Alchilies. No it's not a Mexican offshoot of Al Qaeda, its a rather delicious hole-in-the wall Mexican place with real Mexican style Mexican food. We're talking Beef Cheek tacos and other delicacies. Simply awesome.
It's always a great time when Matt comes to town.