This is a discussion on What did you do to your P320 today? within the P250, P320, & P320 X-5 Pistols forums, part of the SIG Sauer Pistols category; I brought down my new to me, used, Gen1 P320 today along with the iTarget system and I tried to figure out where, exactly, this ...
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|04-12-2020, 09:12 PM||#1|
What did you do to your P320 today?
I brought down my new to me, used, Gen1 P320 today along with the iTarget system and I tried to figure out where, exactly, this piece would shoot.
You can see why it hasn't had many rounds through it...the guy probably couldn't hit anything. I've included an image of a group done before and one of a group done after a minor drifting of the front STOCK sight.
First adjustment was pretty darn close. Didn't have to touch it again.
So, what do you think? Did I fix this piece, lol.
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|04-13-2020, 03:05 AM||#4|
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I have two different laser snapcaps, one from LaserLyte (90 bucks) and another from Cheapshots (30 bucks). They both work well, but POI on both is different from live ammo; variance can be a few+ inches at seven yards, and different POI for various pistols (P365, P229; P320).
You might need to re-adjust POI when you switch back to live rounds, but in the meantime, really nice grouping, which is what I'm looking for in these types of training aids.
BTW - The Cheapshot target is a small puck with a center sensor that's a bit more than 3/8" diameter, good for practicing marksman/tackdriver shots; not so much for flash aiming. iTarget looks like a decent deal, and cheaper than the LaserLyte electro target at a silly-dollars price-point (have one).
Sanity-saving indoor practice that works at any rate.
|04-13-2020, 04:05 AM||#5|
Everything you said is well understood, Dave. Thanks for the tips.
And you're absolutely right about just a cheap way to practice discipline and improve grouping. Especially at a time such as this.
I'm using it at 10+ feet, in my home office, with the whole thing projected onto my desktop computer monitor. I'ts really a blast dutring down time or boredom.
|04-13-2020, 12:31 PM||#10|
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I fondled mine as well.
Then the Fedex guy brought my compact .357 sig slide, repaired lightning-fast by Sig. So I loaded up my range bag and will head out in a moment to shoot .357 sig for the first time.