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CW2 Ralph Long
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Posted - April 07 2017 :  7:05:22 PM  Show Profile  Click to see CW2 Ralph Long's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
I finally broke down and bought a Stainless Ruger Speed Six in 9mm Luger. I looks like it's brand new; for the price it ought to look spectacular. I got my chronograph out and did a little testing.

The results are set out below. The three rounds: Federal 115 gr. BPLE +P+, Winchester 127 gr. Ranger-T +P+ and Underwood 124 gr. GD HP +P+ ran within 10 fps of the same average velocities as produced by my Glock 19 Gen III and S&W 39-2. Recoil of all three rounds was very similar to the recoil of standard velocity .38 Spl. from a 4 inch S&W Model 10.

Temperature: 61 Degrees F.

Federal 115 grain BPLE +P+ (12 rounds fired)
Adv Vel - 1300
High - 1316
Low - 1248
Average - 1283
Ext Sprd - 68
Std Devi - 21

Underwood 124 grain GD HP +P+ (six rounds fired)
Adv Vel - 1300
High - 1291
Low - 1260
Average - 1270
Ext Sprd - 31
Std Devi - 11

Winchester Ranger-T 127 grain JHP +P+ (six rounds fired)
Adv Vel - 1250
High - 1248
Low - 1205
Average - 1226
Ext Sprd - 43
Std Devi - 15

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