Well I finally made it to the shooting range with my two new sweethearts. I took along two more because I never know what is going to happen at the range, sometimes the pistol range is full of idiots, sometimes the rifle range is full of idiots, and I get stuck at the opposite one. Disclaimer: I am no expert shot, I am more of a practical shot I guess you would say. Rifle range The KAC SR-15 with my Nikon 3-9x40mm Prostaff shot freaking outstanding. I didn't even bother boresighting it because the first shot hit on the paper at 50 yards. I zeroed her a bit better at 50 and started hitting paper at 100 yards. I was shooting at 5.5" bullseye targets and had no trouble keeping them on the paper shooting from a sandbag rest about half assedly. I fired 50 rounds each of Black Hills Remanufactured 69 grain match hp and 77 grain match hp. They both stabilized and shot accurately out of the 1:7" twist barrel. I wanted to use heavier bullets so the faster twist rate was essential. I was just getting ready to start some off hand shooting and see how i faired up when some of the prementioned idiots showed up so I packed it up and moved down to the pistol range. The Browning X Bolt .243 (my deer rifle) was still zeroed in right where I wanted her, so that was good. Pistol Range Started off with the NN at 7 yards since I had not fired her yet at all, punched the center right out of the 5.5" bullseye targets. Stepped back to 15 and was still easily hitting the 5.5" target. I stepped over to where a metal plate (probably about 2 feet in diameter) sits off at like 75 yards, maybe even 100, and started ringing that thing to death! I put 250 rounds of Federal American Eagle 230 grain fmj down range with no malfunctions at all. My LCP jammed up on me twice again, annoying for a pistol that is meant to be carried. Things I deduced about my NN while shooting it, I like the Shredder grips a lot, but my VZ Operator 2 grips are a bit too rough and need to be smoothed out a bit to meet my taste. I also have trouble clicking on the thumb safety, it is not quite wide enough for my fingers I suppose. Maybe some practice will help with that. The NN shot fantastic and was very controllable, the 15 lpi checkering worked great, not nearly as aggressive as you might think. I have never shot a handgun that well before so I am quite pleased with my purchase. I meant to take my camera along but forgot it of course so no pictures to tag along. Well now I got to figure out how to take apart this SR-15 and clean it.