heavier bullets tend to print a bit higher
slower loads tend to print higher
been put to me that it all deals with muzzle rise and that because the heavier bulets are slower, the muzzle is already climbing a bit from recoil befoer the bullet exit the muzzle. The slower the bullet the more muzzle rise before exit-----the faster the bullet the less muzzle rise before exit----or at least that is how it was put to me......................
thanks guys...that is some info for me to think about....I wonder if gun manufactures test there guns with the most common rounds for that caliber...when I get enough money, I want to shoot some 125 grain and 158 grain .357 rounds..maybe sandbag it and see the difference
Is there any way to find out what a gun manufacture used for ammo when they test there guns.. seems to me on a .357 the most popular round would be 125 grain..
I've never had a Glock shoot bad.... wether it be like this G19 mid-size or a G27 etc. Tell him to dump the SA revolver for a bit and concentrate on his hold and shooting with the Glock. Leveling out the slide with an auto is much differant than shooting a DA/SA revolver.