Since I got my gorgeous new chimaera holster, I figured I ought to take the Taurus out to the range again. I wasn't super happy the first time, but figured it just needed to be broken in and cleaned. With the new job I haven't gotten around to the cleaning part, but I could work on the breaking in part!
The PMC ammunition still fed very poorly. The Hornady, however, was much better, with only one stovepipe out of the whole box and no failure to fires, so I feel a lot better about carrying the Taurus with that ammunition. I also ran through another type, Winchester, maybe? I don't recall. That fed better than the PMC, but not quite as good as the Hornady. The RSO also helped me out a bit with some oil - he'd come over to tell me how good I was shooting (I didn't think so, but again, I'm a perfectionist), and we started chatting about the Taurus and how it was new and all, comparing holsters and stuff. Nice guy.
So, a productive range day!
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