Went out to my parents and got some target practice with my "new" LCR Ruger. I really didn't have any targets per se, but using a beer can against a dirt backstop, I got pretty accurate. The can was sitting on the ground so I was shooting down at it. I started out about 15 yards, but couldn't hit very close to the target, but when I moved up to about 5-7 yards, I was hitting all around that can. I even hit it once. From what I understand this LCR is a personal protection gun, and not too accurate at long ranges. I just didn't think 10 yards was "long range" Since I haven't shot much I think I did pretty well, from where the rounds were hitting the dirt around the can, I would say, if I had a paper target, most rounds would have landed in the black. Not too bad I think. But I put five +P through, and I could sure tell a difference. I'm thinking about going with that Beretta 9mm. I have an injury to my shooting hand, thumb joint and it sure hurts now. woowee.