kneelingatlas Posted September 9, 2015 Share Posted September 9, 2015 "Shoots really flat", " the dot never leaves the glass" It seems like there are a lot of Open shooters emotionally invested in the superiority of their gear and I tend to believe most of them are full of crap So I recently picked up the new GoPro capable of some decent slow motion work and came up with a method to get some real data on "flatness". I'd like to believe I can be objective about the gear because I have it all! Tanfoglios, CZs, 2011s and dozens of comps. I have pages of load data and the following list of powders in my reloading cabinet: SP2 3N38 N105 Longshot HS6 Autocomp CFE pistol Silhouette There's enough possibilities to make your head spin. Today I tested my two shortest, lightest guns (both 38SC): Bedell Super Shorty 2011 with a 4.4" bull barrel with three 1/8" holes and a Ti comp (42.5oz); Tanfoglio custom Y7 Gold Team with a 5", three 5/16" holes and 4 1/8" holes in a V pattern and an aluminum comp (43.3oz). Both guns chrono about the same and the load tested should be right around 165pf: 124gr MG JHP at 1.250" over 9.1gr SP2. Without further delay, here are the videos: I have plans to stroke the Tanfoglio by 0.200" and am very excited to compare footage. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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