I took a few guns out today to the local 25yrd bullseye range. The Enfield is the No2 Mk1*, a DAO revolver chambered in .380 British or what is Yanks call .38/200 or .38 Smith and Wesson. The British like the heavy and slow theory with bullets, it took a 200gr lead slug, which switched later to a jacketed 180gr (ish) bullet. These days, we're pretty much stuck with equally slow 145gr lead round nosed bullets from Remington and Winchester mostly...slow as in just barely 600fps according to my recently departed Chrono. In the case of Win 145gr, maybe less. I anticipated much difficulty getting anything pretty at 25yrds. The trigger is heavy, like 17-18lbs heavy- though better than the 1895 Nagant DA, FWIW. I had 18 rounds or three cylinderfuls, so I did my best. Almost held bull....which is pretty good for me with this shooter. I really like this gun. It shoots a pipsqueak round, has a MFer trigger and hits about half a foot low with most ammo, but refinishing it and whittling the walnut grips I guess bonded us. Once I'm able to get my Handloading shop up, I'll be trying some 200gr pills in it. It has potential.