12-20-2019, 09:56 PM
Join Date: Jan 2014
Originally Posted by Bowzette
The bullet weight and distance the K6s is regulated for? CS has not been much help. One person thinks it is "25 yds"! Sounds crazy for a SD snubbie. I am "guessing 15 yds with 158 gr.
Now this is from the 1911 manual and I thought I had a better reference with more information but haven't found it yet. I don't believe it states if testing is performed by hand or a bench vise.
Tips for improved shooting
Point of aim
Kimber fixed sight pistols are regulated to shoot
point of aim at 25 yards.
Makes no difference really, you will have to determine which ammo is the best (i.e. most accurate, best POA/POI results) from YOUR K6 at 7 yards and 25 yards. I see your point about POA at 25 yards, best case we never have to fire our pistol in defense at any distance but in todays world who knows you might. Active shooter, mall, concert, etc. you want to be able to make that shot. I always run the target out to 25yds and pump a few magazines down range just in case.
I have some snubbie's that will reach out and touch at 25 yards. It's not a K6 so may not know squat.
Buy some different ammo and give it a go. Good luck.
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