Today I took a long lunch and drove out to an informal shooting range on the other side of the valley. I go out there when I want to work "hot" out of the holster, it's much easier there than at the county range... I'd been there a while when a couple of cars pulled up. Grandpa and Grandma, Mom and Dad, two teen-age girls. They proceeded to set up to shoot some .22 rifle. Grandpa came up beside me (when I stopped to reload) and asked what I was shooting. Quiet, friendly farmer-type guy. I showed him my S&W M&P .40 with the newly installed apex dcaek. I let him take a couple of shots with it. He shot it OK, nothing special, and complimented my on the gun. He said that he had brought a pistol along as well. He went back to his truck and brought back a Colt .45 Gold Cup. Said that it was a model 70 that he bought new in 1970,and that he'd just replaced all the springs. Loaded it up and let me take a couple of shots. I'm not a super shot, but I'm working on getting better. We were shooting at a Front Sight target at 20 paces. The Front Sight target has a torso and four 1-inch black squares around it. I lined up on the left lower square and proceeded to draw a 6" diameter group around the square. (great trigger by the way!) That's not bad for me. I handed him the gun, he said that he didn't have his glasses, but he'd shoot at the lower right 1-inch square. He proceeded to center-punch it, then four more shots, all inside the 1-inch square black! None of those .45" diameter holes left the black!! I need more practice!!