Today was a 50-some degree day. The snow is melting in a hurry around Castle Frostbite.
Last month, I used a snow berm in front of a safe backstop to pop off a few magazines with the P229. Today, I walked around outside and found these, bunched up in a group on the soggy grass:
Those are 115 grain 9mm FMJs, from CCI Blazers. Other than the groove marks from the SIG’s barrel, they almost look good enough to reload. I found them less than three feet from where I had placed the target in front of the snow berm. That snow slows down pistol bullets in a hurry.