....but I don't!! I know it is all relative, but temps in the upper 80's is about as far as I go before looking for air conditioned activities. Well, it was in the upper 80's and humid on this ranger trip. The auxiliary range was in use so I set up at the main handgun range which, due to the parking and pavilion layout, means extra steps. By the time I set the range up with my steels, I was almost not wanting to shoot! almost.... After a little shade and a little powerade, I broke out the handguns. The second pistol on the docket was my S&W M&Pc in 357Sig and the first load up was LAX Ammunition - 125g - RNFP. I had shot the reloaded version of this offering but this is listed as NEW. Here are the first three shots on paper at 14 yards: I wasn't using the magazine pictured above for the paper target tho'... I actually had the flush mag in for the first shots! I went round and round the steels then... and ended up going 8 fer 8 on this 18 yard steel: I missed once on the other 18 yard steel going 7/8: I hit a paltry 50% on the gong at 25 yards going 5-10: Every round fed, fired and ejected perfectly! Getting to the end of my LAX stash and I wouldn't hesitate to buy more....it has worked well for me! Here is the Knockdown target at 33 yards and I hit it a respectable 3 outta 4!!: The brighter colored paint may have made the targets easier to pick up, as I did OK at a full 50 yards as well....connecting on 11 of 14 shots: This gun feel great in my hand no matter the magazine option: Flush magazine, magazine with pinkie extension or full size M&P mag with x-grip adapter. And I love the sights - bright and easy to pick up. Next load up was SBR (Southern Ballistics Research) - 125g - HP. If you have read my other reports.....you know what follows. This stuff does not shoot well....but I have a lot of it I need to get rid of soooo.... First three shots on paper at 14 yards: A close up of the one hole and you can see the bullet was tumbling when it hit: Don't know what SBR did or didn't do but this stuff has not worked well in one pistol. I actually hit one 18 yard steel on the first shot but it took me 8 shots before connecting once on the other 18 yard steel. I amazingly hit the gong on the first shot but it took me 7 shots to hit the knockdown. Then another surprise to hit the 50 yard steel on the first shot! So 18 shots to hit five steels once. Next time around, it took me seven shots on each 18 yard steel to get a hit and then the last 12 shots went towards the 25 yard gong with NO hits! Every round did feed, fire and eject OK so perfect function with the pistol on the day: Totals for the gun: 357Sig: 1,345 rounds representing 26 offerings 40S&W: 50 rounds representing 1 offering Parting shot - M&Pc in Haugen crossdraw Holster! Don't know if Haugen Holsters are in business anymore but this is a thing of beauty!