I shot another match at Louland with the Colt, and well, pretty much nothing happened except the pistol went BANG and 230 grains of copper and lead went out the barrel.
Boring, I know, right?
The gun did fail go into battery a couple of times, but I am blaming that on me. Thanks to the short slide height of my CZs, I have a bad habit of resting my thumbs on the slide of a pistol as I shoot, and I’m pretty sure that was the cause of my problems. Just to make sure, though, I shot the 40-odd rounds I had leftover the match yesterday, paying particular attention to keeping my thumbs off the slide, and nothing happened except loud noises and holes in the target.
Colt Competition 2000 Round Challenge
150 Rounds Federal Premium American Eagle .45ACP FMJ
Total Rounds Fired To Date:
Thanks again to Lucky Gunner for providing the ammo for this test.