I found out about Shiloh Indoor Shooting Range (and this site) on Wednesday, June 17th. I went with a couple guys I've been working with this summer after lunch yesterday, and brought along a few of my handguns. I must say, this range and shop is one of the best I've been to. Not necessarily the architecture of the building, or the layout of the shooting bays, but the MINDSET of the people who work there, and the PHILOSOPHY of the owner/management. The products they had for sale were all TOP NOTCH kit, not just hunting rifles and cowboy action stuff (nothing wrong with that kind of shop, but it's not my bag.) They had a Sig 556 Classic SWAT, a LWRC M6A2, H&K SL8 (NOT the SL8-1, but the SL8!!), Nighthawk pistols, Sigs, Glocks, and a plethora of other pistols. I was most impressed with their knife selection, as they had a few Zero Tolerance (ZT) knives in stock, including my absolute favorite, the ZT 300. Their holster selection was excellent, as well as their tactical flashlight selection. I shot each of my different pistols at 21ft and cut out the targets for reference. I did not shoot the same number of rounds at each target, so the comparisons aren't exactly precise. Les Baer: Thunder Ranch Special (TRS) I shot magazine after magazine of ammo through that same ragged hole, before I got tired of shooting perfectly good ammo into thin air! Kimber Pro CDP Springfield Mil-Spec Glock 21 Glock 17 It was the first time shooting the Glock 17, and I was very impressed. The grouping is even better than it appears. The first round was fired to give me a point of aim. It is the lower left round by itself. The POI is actually slightly high and right, and I had one flyer I pulled high that broke out of the one-hole group. It was loaded with American Eagle 147gr FMJ, which proved VERY accurate! I was a bit disappointed with the Glock 21. I expected better accuracy out of it. It was my duty weapon for six years at my last department and has served me VERY well for thousands and thousands of rounds. All in all, 500 rounds of Winchester white box 230gr .45acp was fired, nearly 400 of it through the TRS without a single malfunction. By the end of the shooting session, it was so hot the slide was scorching my hands! I can't wait to get back out there, and start attending the IDPA shoots on Thursday nights, and the skills classes on Tuesdays.