Weapons: Glock 9mm / Davis Industries .380 / Beretta .40 caliber
In the picture: Me shooting the Davis Industries .380
Distance: 15 yards and 25 yards
Me and my brother
Location: Public Range, Lake Lehman, PA
Conditions:Cloudy, light rain, light winds (end of the day, darkening)
Temp: 60 - 65F
The all-round talent
The GLOCK 19 is ideal for versatile use through reduced dimensions
compared with the standard pistol size. With the proven caliber
of 9x19, it has found worldwide distribution in security services.
In addition to being used as a conventional service weapon, it is
suitable for concealed carry or as a backup weapon. For instance,
many of the elite pilots of the USAF trust the GLOCK 19 for their
efficient defense in emergency situations. (from Glock website)
I have been shooting the Glock 19 since the mid 1990s and I like
everything about this gun except for one thing. Since it is a bit
wider than what is completely comfortable in my hand, if I shoot for
a long period of time, my hand gets' tired. However, it takes a long
time before that happens.
Davis Industries .380
Davis Industries P380, holds 6 in .380ACP, blued steel body and floor plate with poly follower, new production non-factory magazine.
This gun was given to me and is a real piece of crap. It didn't jam on us nor has it ever jammed. However, it seems to get gunked up pretty quick and requires cleaning (it seems)
after 20-30 rounds. This one sat for a long while, but I cleaned it and oil it to see if it would
even shoot. Which it did. It was actually pretty accurate, but you wouldn't want to use it
for self-defense as it seems very unreliable and cheap. I found that the gun sold for 75-100 dollars originally.
The Beretta 92 (also Beretta 96 and Beretta 98) is a series of semi-automatic
pistols designed and manufactured by Beretta of Italy.
The model 92 was designed in 1972 and production of many
variants in different calibers continues today. The United States armed
forces replaced the M1911 .45 ACP pistol in 1985 with the M9.
Although only 5000 copies of the original design were manufactured
from 1975 to 1976, the design is currently produced in four different
configurations (FS, G, D and DS) and three calibres:
The Beretta was shot by my brother and this is his carry weapon. I shot it
also and it seemed like a decent gun, although a bit big for my hand. I
prefer my glock, although shooting the bigger round was enjoyable.