Practice English Speaking&Listening with: Colt Competition Pistol Part 2 #135

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Hey this is J. Scott with Gun Stock Reviews I'm

out here at the range today we're going

to be putting the cold competition 1911

a 9-millimeter through its paces got a

few different kinds of ammo with us

today got a couple different types of

Federal American Eagle ammunition as

well as the Colt National match ammo by

Double Tap and some reloads so let's go

ahead and see what we can do

alright we're going to start out with

some 115 grain American Eagle full metal

jacket so let's get started

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alright now we're going to try the

American Eagle 124 grain full

metal jacket

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alright next we're going to try the

Colts competition national match ammo by

Double Tap is 124 grain ammo

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alright next we're going to try

reloads these are 147 grain Rainer Ballistics plated

round nose. see how these do.

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alright well let's go downrange measure our

groups see how we did

alright we just got

done putting the Colt Competition

9-millimeter through its paces. The gun was

pretty consistent across all four types

of ammo that we used Our best group

was about a 1.2 inch group and that was with

the Colt National Match and the other

ammo averaged about 1.6- 1.7 so all in

all pretty consistent we'd sure like to

thank Federal ammunition, Double Tap

ammunition and Rainier ballistics

for supplying the test ammo for us today.

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