Saturday, August 30, 2008

Small updates.

- I've shot up all the Georgia Arms .32 magnum ammo, with reasonable results. The SP101 leaded like hell too, so the 432 isn't having any problems. When I reload these cases, i have a box of 100gr FMJ projectiles so the leading issue is moot.

- I'm also 100 rounds into the GA 115gr FMJ 9mm. It's very good ammo, quite consistent... the last 50 rounds disappeared into a 2.5" ragged hole on a 7 yard target as fast as I could reacquire the sight picture.

- I just finished buying . What I'll do with it is obvious; the how and where isn't. I think I'll be "going big time" and doing the google ad thing, and to further that I may expand my presence here... for a long time I've avoided politics and other subjects under the DrStrangegun persona, and that may change. Then you all get to see what a real lunatic I am...

- is pretty much dead on the vine, and if anyone else wants the site to administrate, let me know.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

So I tried it...

S&W 432, .32H&R Mag 100gr "Cowboy Load" Georgia Arms, 7 yards

Not bad at all. Really, really fouled the gun though, I need to find out if it's moly lube or graphite filler or if I've coated the front of my cylinder with metallic lead, but it's shiny now, and that's bad on a black gun.

I need to get my SP101 to the range and see if I do better, and if it fouls as badly.

I should have snagged a scoopful of the 9mm and run it through the Tanfoglio, but I forgot.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008


So yesterday I walked into Georgia Arms, plopped down the magic plastic, and walked out with a half a box (500rd) 115gr 9mm, and the rest of the box filled with 100gr .32 Mag Cowboy loads and 20 .444 Marlin.