Took the Kimber out today after replacing the grips with thin grips. Still shooting to the left, but working on it. Only two failures to go into battery today, otherwise the pistol was perfect, and I was shooting crappy steel cased Russian ammo for the majority, then Blazer ammo. 8” targets. I need to work on strength training: this gun is all stainless, and heavy, and after like 50 rounds I am starting to feel it in my shoulders and wrists. I think I’m pushing too hard with my strong (right) hand..when my husband had me loosen up my death grip on the right and tighten up my left hand, I think I did a little better. By the end, I was dead tired, and flinching because there was a guy shooting a cannon .357 revolver next to me and I was anticipating his shots, plus I had put the target farther out and things just fell apart. I really would prefer to shoot outdoors, but it was cold this morning and indoors was where we went. It was good though, to see it on an actual target instead of steel like I’ve been doing. Second target up, this is where I loosened my death grip on my right hand and tightened up my left a bit. Out about 5 yards here. Here I had put the target out to about 7 yards here and I was tired and the cannon next to me was making me flinch every time it went off. View attachment 218783 First target out, 5 yards or so. I was death gripping with my right hand.