I've made some recent posts about a couple girls I've been teaching to shoot. Today the two girls, three brothers, father and I spent a few hours on the range and had a good ole time. I got an idea for a target and we tried it out today. It's just 4 to 6 8.5x11 inch targets stapled to cardboard, each hanging from a single string. This allows them to swing and turn. It turned out to be a fun interesting target, as several targets may turn toward you at the same time and you try to hit them all before they turn away again. As they twist and turn in the wind it can make for some fast shooting. Anyhow, the two girls were shooting 38 J Frame Smiths at 8.5x11 inch silhouettes and head targets and the brothers were shooting at the turning targets. I was just standing behind the girls watching them shoot. The girl on the right told me she shot at her brother's turning target and he didn't see it. I told her, "Shoot the string. Aim where the string is tied to the cardboard." And darn if she didn't hit the string with the next shot. We're looking at the the brother saying, "I don't know what happened. I wasn't even shooting at that target!". Even though there was some good shooting today, we declared that shooting a moving string with the first shot from a 3 inch J Frame was "The Shot Of The Day". BTW, for anyone that's interested in getting one. About 400 rounds was run through my new SIG 522 today without a problem, except a couple duds from the Wal Mart bulk pack 22 ammo.