Introducing: Project Nemesis - P320 Roland Special

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RS320B is in the hands of my ‘smith and will be ready to go within the week. Got to run another ~400 rounds through RS320A, working from my OWB belt rig running 1-slide lock reload-2, retention reload, and WML activation drills. That brings the round count on RS320A to roughly 5,100 rounds, and I’m still extremely very pleased with the performance of the gun. Since I hadn’t gone shooting since April my groups were a little loose to start, but once I calmed down a bit and slowed down for a little while everything came back and my groups tightened back up.

A gun hand covered in blisters means it was a damn good day!

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And with the final components installed into the second pistol, the long saga of the RS320 twins is now complete. Two mechanically identical, state-of-the-art-and-industry tools built to my personal specifications and preferences. Going forward RS320A will be my designated CCW pistol, while RS320B ticks up the round count in practice on the range. It’s been a lot of time, effort, and money invested, and I’m extremely satisfied with the results of this particular experiment with the P320 platform.

Never one to stay satisfied for long though, my focus now shifts to the construction of the EVO320 project - And seeing just how far outside the box of conventional wisdom this platform can be pushed to gain even more of an edge...Lots more to come in 2020!