I had some 9mmP ammo laying around and since golf plans fell through, grabbed my 5906 and Arcus 94 and went shooting. As an afterthought, I brought the .45 Colt Ruger for revolver presence. I just do that. I shot at a local indoor range, different distances and rates of fire with the 9's. Ammo was Federal AE 147gr fmjfp and Garnet +p+ 115gr xtp- I was a little apprehensive about hot reloads from an obscure maker, and the xtp bullet was conspicuously seated long....but I'm happy to say both guns were fine with it. With the Montado, I shot at 25yrds only, using 200gr Gold Dots in .45 Colt. Both of the pistols managed some rather decent 25yrd groups, one with the 147gr, the other with the xtps. I found the single action trigger easier for fast shooting in the Bulgarian bhp clone vs the TDA Smith and Wesson, but at distance shooting at a steady or slower pace, I shot as well and sometimes better with the 5906. I averaged 3 something inch groups with the six shooter at 25yrds, the stainless fixed sights are a little trickier indoors No issues with any of the guns, the Arcus was reluctant to extract a round when clearing the gun, I suspect the long oal of the +p+ xtps might have been right on the rifling leade. Aside from that, tatas!