Got out to an indoor range yesterday, first time. The good news: gun runs fine with factory ammo so last Saturday's slight debacle was definately reload-caused. 115gr Speer Lawman - what the range sells, pricey @ $35/box 50 (!) but you have to use their stuff - now that's a handy lil earner... So 2 boxes plus the compulsory SSAA range fee of $22 (provides the $10mil worth of third-party insurance) means its almost 100 bucks! hey what can do you huh. Pity I won't be able to afford to do it regularly - comps cost roughly 80-100/weekend as it is lol Anyway... First up, a typically crap grouping as I usually do. Plenty of awful trigger control there: Then - and here's the crux of my header - alternated random snap caps and live rounds (not particularly easy to 'forget' the order when you're loading it) just so I could make sure I'm not jerking the trigger...and voila: Finally without snap caps. Think I was getting a bit tired, those low shots indicative of head-dropping a bit...but still an improvement on the first grouping. Taking the view I can only get better, right? All from 10m (which should put the woefulness into perspective. heh) One weird thing though - I had this uncontrollable blinking-on-firing happening? Never happens outdoors, did not occur here with the snap caps...I'm presuming therefore it must be noise-related? Only the 2nd time I've shot indoors. Tried REALLY hard to force my eyes to keep open but they bloody wouldn't lol Might wear foam earplugs under earmuffs next time and see if that makes any difference.