Our recommendation: The Cimarron version had no checkering, but it did have a big buttplate and a pistol grip to help pull the big rifle into the shoulder. Both features were handy. But like with the Cabela's gun, we would so much prefer the Shiloh that only budget or time constraints would make us default to this gun. Moreover, if you have to pay full retail for the Cimarron version, Don't Buy It. The Cabela's version was a better deal. If you can get this one for the same price of around $850, it gets a Conditional Buy rating.
At Gun Tests, our shooters have had no problems with the P320 in terms of reliability and had no malfunctions with it. We gave it a Grade B rating in our first report on it in 2015. Many of our readers have told us they wont buy B-rated guns, especially when there was another handgun in the test a Heckler & Koch VP9 9mm Luger which earned a Grade A rating and was Our Pick. Read More
I want to thank you for publishing the article on automatic powder dispensers. Although I think you may catch some flack for those who think Gun Tests should just test guns, and maybe ammo, I find that articles such as these are very helpful and informative for those of us who pursue reloading, gunsmithing or other peripheral hobbies. Read More
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