Had a great session with the Glock 21, Gen 4, shooting steel at the gun club recently. I don't know what it is about the sound of steel on lead, but it is music to my ears and very addictive. I really love the instant visual and acoustic feed back from lead on steel. There is just nothing else quite like it.
Do you shoot steel a lot, or a little? What have been your experiences with it?
Also, I had on a pair of shooting gloves and really loved how they helped me with my grip, rock solid and I felt much more in control.
Here's a video of the fun, with some slow motion producing a gong sound, then slowed down even more what sounded like a church bell! Fun stuff.