Shooting the SIG Sauer P365MS 9mm
Shooting. The new SIG Sauer P365MS (Manual Safety) 9mm. Running the first over 200 rounds through the pistol. Testing function and bullet groups with various ammo. The trigger is very good or smooth and consistent for a striker fired pistol with a good reset and its surprisingly soft shooting with soft felt recoil for a tiny micro compact that is still snappy. Its snappiness is why my rested groups were not as good due to the pistol shifting my soft pistol rest. Still getting into the feel of the pistol trigger and I am sure my groups will improve with it the more rounds I put through it. By the way, I have since filed and sanded down the Pearce grip extension so that it now is identical in shape and size to the SIG original equipment manufacture pinky extension. So pocketing the pistol from now on with that aftermarket extension should be just as easy as with the SIG OEM pinky extensions.
I apologize for the poor quality of the target footage as I should not have switched cameras. The camera I was using for target footage has poor audio but the picture is usually fairly decent but not with its zoom obviously.
Music: The Boys From Brazil by The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra. Composition by Jerry Goldsmith.
Please shoot safely and remember the four rules of gun safety.
1. Treat all firearms as if they are loaded.
2. Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction.
3. Finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot.
4. Know your target and beyond.
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