Interesting to ponder, and taken with @AVG 's suggestion, how would that play out with your descendants?--snip--
...in fact, I’m trying to figure out how to take them with me when I go!
If my descendants or the ATF wants ‘em, they can come ‘n get ‘em!! 😄👍Interesting to ponder, and taken with @AVG 's suggestion, how would that play out with your descendants?
When the 2nd Amendment is nullified and the ATF shows up at their door, while everyone else is talking about a boating accidents, they can honestly say, "Oh, he took them with him when he passed on..."
I did my Guardian break-in with FMJs. I put 400 rounds (going for 500), shoot 50, clean, shoot 50, repeat to ~500. I never had any FTF or FTE. I did have one time the slide didn't lock back. I honestly don't recall if it was a Wilson or DW mag, but as it was mid-way through the 400, I figure it was just an anomaly.Well the range session didn't go very good. The slide would not lock back with the DW, Ed Brown, or Wilson magazines.
This is the reason I love the 1911 and willingly accept lower capacity.--snip--
One last thing. I'm a trigger snob...
I have 2 VP9's with optics also and for the money they're hard to beat. I've never had a failure of any kind with either one of them. I pretty much only use 124g in my 9mm's and the NATO always seems pretty consistent.I like the H&K pistols a lot, and found with a new 2000 9mm, it occasionally malfunctioned at first, so shot a box of NATO 9 mm thru it, which I guess set the moving parts into correct sequence or something, and thousands of rounds later, never another malfunction. I have some DW's too, one of my carry pistols is a .45 ECO. Not one malfunction in that pistol in about a thousand rounds. Enjoy your new DW. NV