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Thread: SR10mm w/FastFire III update

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    Thumbs up SR10mm w/FastFire III update

    As of today's range session I have fired approximately 500 rounds using the Burris FF III, no issues. The Burris is GTG in my experience. Rounds were mostly SIG 180grn/fmj that are rated at 1,250fps, but also some 200 grn 1,300fps loads of my own making. To date I have something over a 1,000 rounds thru the pistol, it has run 100% using fmj, hollow points and hard cast lead.
    My latest configuration includes the MSH replacement with an Ed Brown mag-well with arched housing (my preference). I also changed the grips to accommodate the mag-well with Hogue ebony double diamonds (I added the Ruger medallions).

    ps I have found that wearing my Harley RH fingerless glove w/padded palm pretty much takes all of the sting out of shooting this pistol..... (hand surgery couple years back)

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    Last edited by Gotfour; 11th April 2019 at 17:59.


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