and a good one it was. When the wind finally started to blow it was light, nothing to mess with things. Got a bit warm, but for July it was downright nice.
Tried the Model 92 out at 50 and 100 yards with some loads using the Hornady 140-grain FTX bullet. They shoot well in the Sharps, and have some of a box left, so put them together. The one problem with these: for them to work in a revolver or repeater, you have to shorten the cartridge case, that polymer tip makes them a bit too long otherwise. They shot well; the problem with accuracy testing is that rear buckhorn sight and my eyes. Otherwise some general practice, including trying a version of the dry-fire drill with a .22 and ammo. I've been working that drill a few days per week, and it does make a difference.