While I bought my 995 TS for steel plate shooting (and just because I thought I ought to have one), I gave it a test on the bench yesterday just to see what it would do. I was more than pleasantly surprised. I shoot only handloads in all my pistols. So, I shot targets with three different loads that I currently use for IDPA and USPSA matches. For those who are familiar with Power Factor, all three are between 130 and 135. For those who aren't, these loads are cooler than factory loads. I shot at 25 yards with a bi-pod on my 995 TS and an ATN red dot sight. I used 124 gr plated round nose, 125 gr hard-cast lead round nose, and 125 gr poly-coated round nose (Blue Bullets). Are were over [x.y]* gr of Bullseye and Federal primers. The Blue Bullets were by far the most accurate. (The velocity if this load in my CZ 75B is 1059 fps; in the 995 TS the velocity is 1285 fps.) The attached target is ten shots. I'm certain the fliers are no fault of the gun. (As I said earlier, I'm 72. That's my excuse for almost everything that's less than perfect.) The "5" circle is two inches; the circle within it is one inch. [moderator note: sorry. no load recipes, please] I'm happy to comply. It won't happen again.