I took mine out today and used Mini Mags. 110 rounds out of 5 mags with only 1 Fail to Load which may have been a mag loading issue. I had to zero my Romeo Zero and at 10 yards I was getting 3” groups from a rest. I was happy that I had no Fail To Fires.
I was extremely nervous about carrying with one in the pipe at first but now I carry with one in the pipe and safety on. My CCW is striker fired and I cannot understand how people carry one without a safety.
My father bought this gun new in about 1979. He shot half a box of ammo then gave it to me. I shot about 75 rounds so the round total is about 100. This is an 8 round single stack .380, with the original SS mag plus another Beretta mag that I purchased recently. Also included is a Bianchi...
I fired one box of ammo then put it in the safe. Purchased new in Feb. 2019.
Includes the following accessories:
-S&W original box, paperwork, lock, etc.
-Bianchi #111 holster (never used or carried)
-Set of snap caps
You can look up the specs but in brief...
-.357/.38 Special +P
I get the part about loading the mags properly. My issue is that a round that is in the chamber does not go bang....like a light strike of the firing pin. I thought that the problem may get better after break in but it got worse. It's wierd because this is the second handgun that I've bought...
Well, I'm having a 17% FTF rate so it's going back. I called SIG and it was painless so far. Also, about the 25 round mags....I went to PA Freedom Armory and they were $49.95 each. The 20's were only $39.95 lol.
I have been to the range 2x with my new P322 and here are my comments:
-I tried several brands of ammo and so far Blazer works best, even better than Mini Mags.
-It’s not that accurate. Not horrible but not a tack driver at 15 yards.
-Loading the mags correctly is key to reliable function...