Zero malfunctions in 400+ rounds.
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I'm ignorant of 475 or 500 linebaugh. What is that?Honest Outlaw can shoot pretty well with puny cartridges. He said on another video his grip/stance is the strongest. I'd like to see him shot either a 475 or 500 Linebaugh. The recoil impusle is then straight back at the head with an isocoles grip/stance.
It's basically a high-power hunting round.I'm ignorant of 475 or 500 linebaugh. What is that?
Glad to hear you're had such good experiences so far. All my Sigs have been great!I can't speak to them all but my 320C, bought in early '15, has over 4000 rounds with ONE single failure to extract with some steel case ammo ... it ran the other 999 without issue and has never stopped for any other reason. I also have a 320 X5 that I got just before the Legion models came out and it has never stopped for any reason, not once. Not sure of the round count but it has to be well over a 1000. I really like to shoot it,... lots of range trips.
And maybe I've just been lucky, but my 320 FS .45 also has yet to have any failures of any kind in almost a 1000 rds.
My little 320 sub-compact had a few feeding issues when I first got it but once I weeded out a bad magazine (out of line lip) it has run flawlessly, and I would carry it for EDC without concern.
Bore axis is an irrelevant issue for whiners looking for something to complain about .. I've never dropped one so I can't speak to that.
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Never trust a ginger.Honest Outlaw posted a video on the top 3 reasons he doesn't like the p320 series : 1. Bore axis, 2. Reliability, and 3. the drop safe issue. Here's the video for reference:
I specifically am curious on any of y'alls experiences with any of the 320 variants, in terms of reliability and round count.
I'll start: my 320 carry has 350 trouble free rounds. No issues so far.
Yeah, we all have different hand sizes and strengths. I basically grew up shooting .45s, .357 and .44 magnums so not too many 9mm feel like much to me. I've found that barrel length is more of thing than axis when it comes to rise or flip.Glad to hear you're had such good experiences so far. All my Sigs have been great!
In terms of bore axis, I tend to agree that it's less of a concern than people think. From what I understand, lower bore axis guns tend to be snappier but have less muzzle rise but the higher bore axis ones like the 320 have more muzzle flip but feel softer shooting. Different strokes and all that