Ive seen most threads about this and understand that it has been discussed to some degree, but I wanted clarification. If you zeroed the sights at a medium to long distance (75-100 yards), so that you were always within a few inches between 0 and 100yds, how much further could you still hit a torso when aiming at COM or perhaps between the collar bones? 125 yards? 150 yards? I have seen hints that they can pretty consistantly hit a 200 yard target if sighted for it, but what about just for general use? Is it realistic for a 995 to be used as a 0-150yd SHTF weapon? Just from a rough calculation with an online calculator, it sounds like at 1200 ft/s, zeroed at 75 yards, the bullet would hit 9" below target at 125 yards, and 17" below at 150 yards. At if it was zeroed at 100yds instead of 75, those drops change to 5" and 12", respectively. So, not terrible, and still probably more accurate than Id be able to match, especially with a RedDot scope. With that said, what is a reasonable muzzle velocity of standard bullets out of a 995? Not talking about +++P+++ and such, just regular old stockpile-type rounds. Also, does anyone know a formula or general rule of thumb for estimating 9mm (or .40SW or .45ACP) velocities in a 16" barrel when the pistol velocity is given? This is for calculating trajectories.