Originally Posted by kirbinster
Well I will admit that I am far from an expert. Until six weeks ago I had never touched a handgun, and last fired a .22 rifle when I was a kid some 40 years ago. I've rented a couple of 9mm and a G23 and fired about 400 rounds to date. Just bought a Glock 22 gen 4 and this was my first try with it at 7 yards. Should have quit after this first shot
Second one was the rest of the round.
I know I have some work to do:
The first one was the one that surprised you, so of course it went right where you were aiming!
Still a hard thing to get my head around: how do you perform a deliberate action involving a conscious decision and still surprise yourself?