I have a Colt Frontier Scout .22LR single-action revolver that ended up in my possession after my step-dad died. I thought it would be a good learning revolver to teach my son to shoot a handgun. I think I understand the basics of lining up the front sight with the rear groove, but I'm just plain awful getting any consistency of shot groups on the target from around 25 feet. It is hard for me to get on my son for being way off with his shots when my shots are landing all over the place too. I see the gun waving all over the place as my son is trying to line up a shot, so I think his biggest problem is keeping the gun still before he squeezes the trigger. I'm not sure what my issue is, but I may be moving the gun when I squeeze the trigger too. Do most people aim a revolver using the sights, or just learn to point and shoot and not worry too much about hitting a dollar coin size circle at 25 feet as long as it is on the paper and somewhat near the circle?