That table sure does look like it was made for that spot.
Tested the 300bk pistol and got perfect results. Not a ton of shooting since blackout is a caliber I don’t yet reload and I only had 30 minutes or so of daylight left; just five rounds each of 11 different factory loads. Eight full power including Vmax and hog hammer (my two favorite serious-use loads in the caliber) and six various range loads, and three subsonic loads as well. I tested all 11 without suppressor, and then tested the three subsonics, the Vmax and the hog hammer with suppressor. I didn’t bother testing the full power fmj’s with suppressor. All ran flawlessly; not a bobble of any kind in any configuration. Not an extensive test, but this was already a tested & trusted gun. Just testing after some minor lower receiver changes. Very happy to know it’s still reliable.Got the brace swapped out on my .300bk pistol... Still need to function test the gun, since this new brace has its own buffer tube. Shouldn't be an issue since it's the same length as the old one, but no way to be sure without testing it.
Appreciate that, but "it is what it is" as they say. There's so much that's simply out of our control, that sometimes all we can do is make the best of what we get served. She just got out of the hospital on Saturday and today she's driving her mother ten hours to Houston, where one of her sisters is recovering from stage 3 cancer. (All of her sisters got tested after we got my wife's diagnosis.)Sorry about your week John, hopefully something positive will occur soon...
What Covid vaccine did you get? My entire Family got the Moderna, two shot's and a booster, and other than my DIL feeling tired for one day, no negative reactions at all. Just different metabolism's I guess. No shooting or hiking, we had a warm (45) day and the foot and half snow started melting and then froze again making footing treacherous every where. Still no suppressor, 9 months now.Appreciate that, but "it is what it is" as they say. There's so much that's simply out of our control, that sometimes all we can do is make the best of what we get served. She just got out of the hospital on Saturday and today she's driving her mother ten hours to Houston, where one of her sisters is recovering from stage 3 cancer. (All of her sisters got tested after we got my wife's diagnosis.)
Normally I'd try to talk someone out of making that long of a driving trip so soon after being hospitalized themselves, but she'd rather do it than not do it, and it'll give her at least one more visit with her sisters. Right now it's all about what makes her smile; it really is that simple anymore. I'm hoping that while she's gone I can get some things done around the house that will make her smile when she gets back, but will have to see. I got my second covid vaccination shot on Tuesday and was violently ill most of yesterday. Still a little out of it, but hopefully it should be mostly behind me. Hoping while she's gone to get the last electrical subpanel re-wired from 60 amp to 100 amp, maybe get the high-bay lights up in the garage, and a few other things that need doing.