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I still haven't shot it yet, but it's in the range bag all ready to go, I'm going to take it at lunchtime to the NRA range and see how I do.

Probably only shoot at 7 yards. I have several partial boxes of ammo that came with it, so I think I'll burn through those and see if it likes or dislikes anything in particular.

Mostly I just want to feel the recoil and see how to fit it in my hands comfortably. I'll let you know how it goes!
 

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Johngoboom said:
Grip it tight, that little gun likes to bark. :D
yeah what he said.
 

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Damn, guys! I'd hate to be afraid of a gun the size of a pack of cigarettes! :D

Well, maybe I won't go through ALL my partial boxes then... sounds like maybe I should bring something else to shoot to fill out the hour. :?

Now if Bountyhunter - who brags how even his girlfriend doesn't mind the .357s out of the GP100 - tells me to beware of this little thing, then I'll be worried!! Because I don't like shooting .357 from the GP.
 

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Ha-ha! :)

It's not bad to shoot, but because it's small it may want to get away from you. It's no 22 that's for sure! My girl shoot mine just fine. ;)
 

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My better half shoots hers fine as well. It's more of an unexpected jump than anything. Due to the grip size it likes to change it's position in your hand, at least it likes to move around in mine.
 

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BH, I want to meet your girl! ;) She seems cool.
 

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May need a slip-on grip like they make for the bigger guns...with or without finger grooves...also, there're rubberized self-adhesive panels, made for Glocks, that can be trimmed to fit , that provide a non-slippery grip....this little puppy could have benefitted by some thin rubber panels....
 
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