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Took some handguns to the range this morning for a little recreation. Both Mark II's were right on the spot at 20 ft and I managed to shoot arouind 70% on hanging discs at 20 yds.

The S&W 59 also zerod well but the sloppy trigger was no help at the longer ranges. I don't know if the trigger can be improved, but I intend to find out right away.

Don't believe I'll ever be able to shoot as well as I would like, but I am beginning to feel more confident.
 

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Sounds like fun :cheers:

I'm sure your local smith can crispen up that trigger for ya.

We are going out to shoot smokepoles tomarrow but after reading your post I'l think I'll take the m9 as well.
 

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"Don't believe I'll ever be able to shoot as well as I would like, but I am beginning to feel more confident."

Three words, practice, practice, practice:) All it takes is lots of ammo, and practice. Front sight, squeeze trigger, practice that, and all the rest comes around nicely. BTDT. I was fifth in my class at the USPSA/IPSC Championships in '89, it took lots of ammo, and a lot of time at the Dillon, but I got there, and you can, too. Don't forget to practice now and then, but practice the GOOD habits, not the poor ones, whatever they may be. Front sight, squeeze trigger. None of those silly battery powered sights for me, front sight, squeeze trigger.
 
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