That the Swiss machine-rest tested their P210s at 50 meters and tracked the ammo used shows a real commitment to quality and accuracy.We were discussing the test targets of SIG P49/P210, not those of SIG Sauer/Walther/H&K pistols. Modern Walthers (except the small-calibre match models) are test-fired at 15 or 10 meters, older Walthers, such as the P5, as well as the current SIG Sauer sport models at 25 meters (as opposed to 50 meters). The German manufacturers reveal neither the ammunition type nor the batch. The P49/P210, both the military and the private version, was tested with ordnance munition and the date of the batch is noted on the test target. The tests were done in a machine rest in order to have a measurable indication of the pistol's mechanical accuracy, as opposed to testing from a bench hand rest, where subjective influences can not be ruled out (for example, if the tester's mother-in-law had come to stay for the weekend).
I note that the member who introduced this off-topic theme has since made himself scarce and has not responded to the request to post his test target.