Well, I *finally* took this gun to the range today. I fired in this order...
100 rounds Winchester crap with 1 jam.
100 rounds Federal crap with 1 jam.
50 rounds Winchester Ranger 9mm NATO 124gr FMJ with no jams.
Since I was mostly interested in finding out if the gun works without problems, I wasn't too concerned about accuracy. But I will say this. I started off pretty darn accurate with the walmart Winchesters with some tight little groups at 7 yards. The Federals were off mostly. Down and to the left. The Nato was a little better but I think I was getting tired this being my first time out in many, many years. I shot the last twenty rounds of NATO at 10 yards and it was all over the place. I am strongly desiring to take a CHL class when I get the money.
So is this gun a keeper? With 2 jams in 250 rounds, accuracy notwithstanding due to an inexperienced shooter. What is your verdict, please?
edit: I invested in a nice KleenBore cleaning kit and will give it the once over. I really want to make it work for me.
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Last edited by bleak23; 08-06-2009 at 08:04 PM.