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I'm sticking with 7.5 yards for now until I get better. But I'm happy with this, it seems I'm getting a little steadier every time out.

This is two handed, double action. I seem to shoot better at double action than single.



Just for fun I put a fresh target up for my last six rounds and fired them as fast as I could. Again at 7.5 yards.

 

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Great targets...to the left is solved!!! Have you tried one thousand bang one thousand bang....just cranking off six at that pace-keeping as good a sight picture as that time allows? I'll bet you'll be pleased....
 

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Thanks Sheepdog. Yes, the left problem was solved by moving the rear sight to somewhere near the middle. I haven't tried that pace drill (I've hardly tried anything!) but I will next time.

I'm trying to convince my wife to come with me Sunday to the outdoor range I went to last week. She's nervous about going the first time, but I know once she fires the first shot of .38 through it, she'll realize it's not so bad and she'll settle down and get comfortable.
 

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My 12-year-old fired a 4" Service Six .357 with full house 158-gr. jhps no problem-almost half a box, and I know she'll enjoy shooting .38...may outshoot you, though, they often do that....:D
 

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You are doing just fine! Not only that, you posted a great report!
 
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