Sorry, no pictures of the Redhead punching paper...
Took the new Colt out for its first run through. One magazine had two FTF issues. Twice, magazine #4 (yes, my mags are numbered) popped the last round near vertical and jammed. Not sure what it is, but will monitor it.
One other issue: Gun began shooting right of aim point. When I got home, this is what I saw:
Mrs. Newbius did well, but began anticipating the shots (causing the barrel to dip and the shots to go low) after a few magazines. We will work on it. Maybe we can both take a basic pistol course and brush up on our fundamentals.
The Astra A-100 is still functioning properly after the repair. I am glad to have this one back in the stable (er, desk drawer). It has a lot of sentimental value, and is a solid gun (especially given its original price point).
The XDm-45 still runs without a hitch. In fact, I think I am now over 2,500 rounds through the XDm-45 and it has never failed in any way. It has fed, fired, and extracted every round without fail and is pretty accurate too. I cannot ask for anything more in a handgun. This is my daily carry gun and I appreciate the reliability.
Tonight is going to be spent relaxing with my bride, eating homemade pizza and drinking good wine. Life is good.