U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- Earlier we brought you coverage of the new Regulus line of pistols from Lionheart Industries. If you missed them you can read about what makes the Regulus different in this article. Complete reviews of the Alpha and Beta models are also available here on AmmoLand.
We were fortunate to be one of the very first with the new Regulus guns in both Alpha and Beta frames, long and short slides. As part of the usual GBGuns treatment, the Reguli were put through the, “What’s for Dinner?” test. For those of you unfamiliar with this test it is meant to identify load compatibility but running a variety of different projectile weights, profile profiles, and case materials through the guns. This test includes common loads such as 115gr and 124gr ball in the 9mm variant, but also some less-common or fringe loads.
Loads range by 100gr in projectile weight and include hollow points, flat points, and full-metal jacketed rounds. Because aluminum tends to swell more than brass and steel less we also include cases of aluminum, brass, nickel-plated brass, and steel. These inclusions in a sort look …Read the Rest