The first time I fired my Kimber Custom CDP II, it was a tack driver. On that day, the guy next to me who was watching said that it was "scary." I attributed this to the gun and not my skills as a shooter. I put another 500 rounds through it and it was mostly a repeat of the first time.
Then, last time at the range... I'm embarrassed to say, I couldn't hit the target at 15 yds! I mean not anywhere on the target! I was aghast and dismayed. I tried two more clips. Maybe hit the edge of target. Where did the shots go? I can't tell ya. Only that it did go bang eight times.
The only thing I've changed on it is I bought three Tripp mags. I heard they were the best. The gun was cleaned before shooting.
So, am I getting old or what? Could my shooting skills have atrophied? Did something break? Has this happened to anyone else? Thanks.
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