I decided to head to the range since it's been months since I've had the chance to actually shoot for more than 5 - 10 rounds. I took my Glock 17L with me and 100 rounds later I got this. 17 Rounds at 7 Yards. Slow cadence. 13 Rounds at 15 Yards. Slow cadence. I shot 5 rounds at 25 yards and I was tossing them around. It was about a 6" group with my first shot hitting within 2" of the point of aim. Alot of caffeine and some fatigue made it rather difficult to keep the gun steady and my trigger pull smooth. I might be better off starting at 25 yards, but I rarely ever shoot that long of a distance. I'm rather pleased. I'm by far not the best pistol shot in the world, but I think I did alright. I was also very pleased with my double tap drills that I was doing earlier. I could place two shots within 2" of each other when I used a firm grip that I learned from Dale Hunnicut. If I relaxed at all, the spread opened. I'm starting to like the 17L more and more, but the trigger weight is still a bit heavy for my tastes for the slow shooting. With the rapid shots, the quick reset on the Glock makes it ideal.