I originally meant to put this in the last Houston gathering thread but forgot. At that meet-up, we were shooting several things over the chrono, pretty much at random. So instead of just throwing out the results, I decided to post them here in case anyone can use any of this info. All figures are the average of five shots. Here’s what we got: 9mm, 115 grain Glock 24 long slide with 9mm Wolf conversion Blazer aluminum - 1240 fps PMC - 1167 fps Beretta Nano Blazer aluminum -1109 fps PMC - 1032 fps Kel Tec Sub 2000 Blazer aluminum - 1360 fps .38 Special 148-grain HBWC 3“ J-frame Fiocchi - 533 fps Western (~40 years old) - 709 fps .22WMR, 30-grain Kel Tec PMR 30 Hornady V-Max -1597 fps .22 TCM, 40-grain RIA 1911 Armscorp - 2138 fps .45 ACP 230-grain ball EAA Witness Elite Limited PMC - 833 fps Rem UMC - 845 fps Federal Range and Target - 812 fps Winchester White Box - 860 fps Glock 21 Winchester White Box - 872 I found some of the numbers on here interesting. WWB .45 was faster out of the shorter barrel of the Glock than from the longer barrel of the EAA. Glock makes a big deal out of their superior rifling, don’t they? I wonder... Armscorp .22TCM breaks 2100 fps from a 1911. Neat! Fiocchi .38 wadcutters are s-l-o-w. The ISSF Centerfire Pistol event is shot (usually indoors) at 25 yards max so perhaps the Euro makers of .32 and .38 wadcutter ammo figure ~500 fps is enough. In NRA Conventional Pistol where we shoot our wadcutter guns (usually outdoors) at 50 yards, will performance suffer? I don’t know; I’ll have to go back to the range and do some accuracy testing at 50 yards to find out.