So, I went to the range today, first time I have gotten to shoot since the fall. We don't have an indoor range here, but I happened to be in a neighboring city and I took that as an opportunity. On tap was a Keltec P3AT, my everyday carry Kahr K40 Stainless, and my Taurus model 66 7 shot, 6 inch barrel blued revolver with hogue grips. I shot the keltec and hated it. Literally. Absolutely good for nothing gun. K40 is always rock solid. 1 inch group at 20 yards. Flawless feeding and ejection with 8 full magazines gone through. Then it came to the model 66. I started firing .38 +p rounds, anticipating a recoil that I was not used to. I was wrong. The recoil was far less than my P3AT - and even less than my K40. At 10 yards I was on the bullseye all but one shot with 21 rounds. One shot was 3 inches off. Ok, so I move it out to 20 yards. 1 inch group at 20 yards with the .38 +p ammo - 21 rounds. I shot each shot single action. So I upgraded to the .357 ammo. Recoil was similar to my K40, but man was it accurate. Not one shot out of the bullseye - 21 more rounds fired at 10 yards. So I do the same at 20 yards - had to take my time a little bit - was at 3 inch groups with 21 rounds. I switched to dual action and had to adjust to the longer trigger pull, but it was still amazing. This is the first revolver I have ever shot other than a 22. I am in love. The smooth trigger pull, accuracy, and recoil reducing weight made me VERY happy. I will always carry my K40 because I just can't figure out how to easily conceal a 6 inch barrel. But I will look forward to every range trip with this piece. By the way, that Keltec is going to get sold real soon. 2 magazines worth was enough for me.