Several months ago, I bought a Glock 20 Gen 4 (review to follow). I wanted a more powerful handgun, but a big part of the reason I went with the Glock was the availability of aftermarket parts, including caliber conversion barrels, so that I could practice with a cheaper ammo on a regular basis, and throw in the 10mm barrel when I wanted to take it out for some serious work.
I really enjoyed shooting my SR40C, but was never particularly accurate with it. I was at the range with it the other day, and on a whim traded it in on a M&P Shield in 40 S&W. We already had a Shield in 9mm (that my wife stole from me), and I really liked it, so I figured it would be a good choice.
Several months ago, I decided that I needed a somewhat smaller carry gun that my full size sr9. This happened to coincide with the ammo shortage, and subsequently, I was looking to branch out from 9mm. 40 s&w was the logical choice, as it’s about the same cost as 9mm (though the ammo shortage it was more available), and it fits in the same class of guns.
I really liked the SR9 I already had, and it led me to pick the SR40C as my compact variant. Just for kicks, I got it in the black nitride finish.
Setting up a scheduled reboot on a 2012 windows server has never been easier.
Open Task Scheduler, create a new task.
In command put: powershell
In arguments put: restart-computer
Then just finish setting up the task, I like to use the “SYSTEM” account, so it’s not relying on a user account/pass combination that could change later on.