I shot 100rnds through my Mauser Luger today. It's a 29/70 based on the Swiss pattern. 9mmP. Ammo was a locally reloaded 115gr FMJ using mixed brass. Function of the pistol was 100%. This ammo is actually (IMO) better than the typical WWB/Fed AE/Blazer Brass stuff. It's loaded a little warmer and runs this pistol better, reliably locking the toggle back on the last shot from the magazine....something most range ammo doesn't do. I shot at the local indoora range, max distance was 50ft. I had 100 rounds, so I shot 50 into the head of Blue Guy from 30ft, one handed. Then 50 more COM at 50ft. Like many pistols made during the turn of the twentieth century, this gun is a natural for duellist style one handed shooting. It points naturally and the sights are well suited for precision in such a stance. While it might feel a little muzzle-light in a combat two handed stance, it feels 'right' shooting one handed. My goal at 50ft was to chew out the '5' scoring number. I used a two handed hold here (Isos). I won. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!