In a few short weeks, this beauty will arrive:
It’s an STI Sentry, chambered in .40 S&W. It will be my gun for USPSA Single Stack and IDPA Enhanced Service Pistol division matches.
It will arrive just about match ready – with adjustable sights and a fiber optic front, as well as an Smith and Alexander style mag well.
I’ll have a local gunsmith smooth the trigger a touch, and polish internal parts and the feed ramp and then it will be ready to roll.
Oh… and I’ll get a supply of Virgil Tripp Cobra magazines for it – they always work.
For USPSA Single Stack, I’ll use a .40 S&W Major power factor load running about 930 FPS with a 180GR bullet.
For IDPA Enhanced Service Division, I’ll use a lighter .40 S&W load with 180GR bullet running about 800 FPS.
I’ll also carry it in my Sig Tac jacket in the Winter, or in a Cross Breed holster in the summer when I wear shirts untucked.
My son will shoot it, dissect it, and review it on his blog after it arrives.