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Shooters who use compensators on their carry guns swear by them; directing the muzzle blast of a short, lightweight pistol can help to increase speed, accuracy, and control. It makes sense – the physics of mass, velocity and trajectories will dictate muzzle rise and the time it takes to get back on target. FN is announcing a new compensated 9mm carry pistol called the FN 509 CC Edge. Obviously focused on the concealed carry market, FN is bringing the use of compensators to the broader market, focusing on speed, accuracy, versatility, and control.
The PMM barrel and compensator set has been growing in popularity over the last couple of years. I’ve done a few different reviews of Parker Mountain Machine compensators including the P320 JTTC review as well as the P320 Micro Comp review. The P365 is their latest design with a brand new replacement barrel and compensator along with a shim kit to get the desired fitment you need on your handgun. Parker Mountain sells barrel and compensator combinations for both the P365/P365X as well as the P365XL.
I have roughly 650 rounds through this compensator and barrel combo in a few range trips. I shot the P365 JTTC Comp a fair bit at indoor and outdoor ranges to see how much flash you would get in low light or enclosed spaces. Out of the 650 rounds through my little compensator, I am happy to report there wasn’t a single malfunction to speak of during my testing. The P365 was shot extensively before I switched out the barrel for the new PMM combo, but it ran like a sewing machine for the duration of testing.
When it came to accuracy, I was honestly very surprised by the results. I would normally shoot between 7-15 yards with iron sights to keep things consistent. During my last range session, I decided to try out the accuracy for time. I wanted to put two fully loaded up 12 round magazines through the gun in the fastest amount of time while being accurate. I shot the drill from 10 yards away and ended up finishing with a time of 11.35 and a solid ragged hole. Recoil reduction from the standard P365 models is roughly 40% depending on ammo. From my testing I can confirm there is a noticeable difference in felt recoil between the JTTC compensated version and standard P365.
Oma kokemus on että normi esim S&B bulk (joka melko kova lataukseltaan vs vaikka Geco bulk) ja self defence henkinen ERVA-paukku vaikkapa Magtech 7,5G JHP ei juurikaan eroa ainakaan rekyylituntumaltaan toisistaan kun 9x19 kaliberina. Raskaammat 9,55g Subsoniset tuppaa jo erottamaan rekyylituntumaltaan kun on sellainen vähän samanlainen pehmeä mutta suht voimakas tuuppaus kuten vaikka .45ACP:llä 14,9g painoisia hitaita lotkoja ampuessa.No eri asia sitten lienee se kuka käyttää myös sellaista patruunaa jossa riittää hönkä tuolle porttaukselle...
Voihan se olla mutta asiallisessa kunnossa olevat pellit ei pahemmin nakkele paskaa ampujaan päin, tosin meilläkin on muutamia vanhempia plateja jonka jalka on huonosti suunniteltu niin niistä tulee aina joskus palautetta jos osuu lähelle jalkaa...Teräsmaaleissa reikäpäät sylkee huomattavasti paljon vähemmän paskaa takaisin, niissä ei vähän kalliimpi luoti mene hukkaan samalla tavalla kuin pahviin ellei pahviin ihan ns käsi munissa hinkata viimeistä milliä kasasta kaikessa rauhassa.
Beretta has announced the release of what I would call the logical next step for the 92 series of pistols – the Beretta 92X Performance Carry Optic pistol. This new addition to the 92X Performance family will still share the same steel Vertec Frame, Xtreme-S adjustable trigger, and of course its signature polymer carrying case. The new 92X Performance Carry Optic slide, however, will make use of Toni System Optic plates that will allow the end user to use most of the popular pistol red dot optics on the market today.
The hallmark of the 92X Performance Family is the steel Vertec Frame with optimized
performance ergonomics and weight balance. The 47.6 oz (1350 g) overall weight,
higher Beaver Tail, and front and rear strap texturing provide optimal grip position and
recoil management for quick purchase, draw and release control – resulting in faster
target acquisition and follow-up shots. The generous magazine well has been contoured
and flared to provide quicker, more accurate reloads, while the mag release is both
oversized and reversible to accommodate for right or left-handed shooters.
The Xtreme-S Trigger is fully adjustable for take-up, break and overtravel, allowing for
fine-tuning to the shooter’s preference, and provides up to a 40% reset reduction in travel compared to the standard 90 series triggers. This adjustability makes the Xtreme-S the most advanced pistol trigger that Beretta has ever produced, representing a level of innovation that meets the needs of the world’s most refined and demanding shooters.
The latest addition to the 92X Performance family, the optics-ready slide cut allows
shooters to adopt modern optics to the platform, further enhancing the shooting
experience and driving faster results on target. In the 92X Performance Carry Optic,
plates are included with the gun out-of-the-box for end-user configuration of the most
popular red-dot optics available in the market today.
Included in its’ polymer carrying case, the 92X Performance Carry Optic comes with two
magazines with extended base plates, two Toni System optic plates (compatible with four
optic mounting patterns), a wraparound grip, and a CA-compliant gun lock.
Available in 10 and 15-round magazine capacities, the new Beretta 92X Performance
Carry Optic retails for an MSRP of $1,799.
Eikös tulle ole sama vähän tarjota edm hoitoa ja turautta kompin reijät suoraan piippuun ilman kömpelöitä piipunjatkoja...
Beretta has just announced the launch of the new 92X Performance Carry Optic pistol which is compatible with the most popular pistol red dots.www.thefirearmblog.com
Modernisoitu 92x, optiikka valmis, mutta ei kierteitä piipussa, eikä Beretta ole menossa comppi tuohotukseen.
When it comes to an in-depth comparison of the compensators, I found a few interesting points to note. First, I was surprised how close both comps were with both 115gr Federal ammunition and 124gr ball ammo as well as a few different self-defense ammo types. For the self-defense ammo, I went with some Hornady 124gr Critical Duty and a few boxes of SIG V-Crown 124gr+P ammo which was the hottest ammo I had for testing. When firing the 115gr Federal ammunition, the comps felt and performed almost identically.
One thing to note was the fact I was getting a fair bit more muzzle flash from the SIG Spectre Comp than from the PMM comp with the standard 115gr ammo. It’s not exactly scientific but it was just an observation that I thought was worth noting. When moving to the 124gr ammo, there was slightly less recoil with the PMM barrel and comp setup compared to the Spectre Comp. It was only when firing the SIG V-Crown 124gr+P that I really noticed a difference. The PMM had slightly less felt recoil with the barrel/comp combo over SIG’s Spectre Comp with the built-in slide compensator. The Spectre Comp did an incredible job of being a slide compensator, but under high pressured rounds, the PMM comp did perform slightly better when it comes to recoil and controllability.
Carrying both is relatively easy since they have the overall same size as the regular P365XL. With the Parker Mountain Machine comp, every holster I have personally did in fact fit the JTTC comp on a regular P365. The SIG Spectre Comp fit into almost every holster I had except the shorter P365 holster but every full-size XL holster fit perfectly so it’s important to keep that in mind when looking for holsters. Both were incredibly easy to carry and felt no different from the standard models in terms of overall weight and bulk which is a big plus with concealability. If you’re worried about which model is easier to carry, I would say they are both on a level playing field when it comes to concealing and carrying them throughout an entire day.
The P320 XCarry Pro isn’t the only weapon from SIG Sauer that Australia has selected through LAND 159. The SIG Sauer MCX, in .300 Blackout calibre has also been selected as the Australian Defence Force’s new Personal Defence Weapon System. It’ll provide “dismounted combatants with a light, modular, and compact weapon system that can be rapidly optimised for specialised roles.”
The .500 Bushwhacker is a hunting cartridge specifically designed for the Magnum Research BFR revolver with a goal to squeeze the utmost power from this gun. It is basically a lengthened .500 S&W Magnum that fits the 3″ length of the BFR revolver’s cylinder. The first samples of the cartridge were made out of .375 Ruger cases but the production cartridges are newly made ones produced by Bertram Brass USA. TII Armory notes that the .500 Bushwhacker cartridge brings the power of the African stopping rifle to the frontier of the hand-held revolver. Indeed, in the 10.5″ barreled BFR revolver, the .500 Bushwhacker pushes a 400 grain bullet to 2315 feet per second, a 520 grainer to 2083 fps, and a 620 grain projectile is propelled to a muzzle velocity of 1,895 fps. The 7.5″ version of the revolver only loses 50 fps of muzzle velocity in each load.
Amerikkalaisten M17/M18:ksi valitsema P320 on alkanut saada suosiota muuallakin, tosiaan Australiassa, ja sen lisäksi myös Kanadassa ja Tanskassa se on valittu asevoimien uudeksi pistooliksi. Costa Ricassa, jossa ei ole asevoimia, valitsi santarmilaitos sen uudeksi aseekseen.
Browning HiPower will be replaced in Australian serviceby the SIG Sauer P320 XCarry Pro which was selected as the platform for the Sidearm Weapon System.www.thefirearmblog.com
Eipä dao:lle ole enää mitään järkevää syytä palveluskäytössä.Jännä kuinka pistoolit ovat taas muuttuneet käytännössä yksitoimisiksi. Kaksitoimisuus oli kovassa myötätuulessa 70 - 90 luvuilla, mutta Glockin suosio on aiheuttanut ison muutoksen markkinoilla.
Tai eiväthän nuo uudet muovipyssyt teknisesti ehkä ole yksitoimisia, vaan jotain yksitoimisen ja DAO:n väliltä. Mutta käyttäjälle näkyvän toiminnan osalta ne vastaavat yksitoimisia pistooleja. Onhan näissä tietysti enemmän sisäisiä varmistusmekanismeja ja liipasinvarmistimet jne. jotta niitä voitaisiin kantaa turvallisesti patruuna pesässä ja ilman ulkoista varmistinta.