I have not shot any handguns for many weeks now, only shooting has been a little bit of 6MM Creedmoor, but I finally got to the range (Was 200 yards away when work called, but they left me alone long enough to go back) I mostly shot .32 ACP. I shoot the Beretta 81 the best, the PT-132 next, with the the CZ 83 close behind, and then the 1903. I really like the FN 1922, but it is simply harder to shoot well with its heavy trigger. I used 1x readers to help me see the sights. First 40 shots (10 from each pistol) on a 10" steel plate set at 29 paces. Hit it 27 times. Missed 5 of 10 with the 1922. Started off well, but then missed the last four. *Sigh* I also shot a couple of mags through my P-365 which was again boringly reliable and very accurate. And I couldn't go to the range and not bring a revolver. The plate was not nearly challenging enough for it using the red dot sight, so I shot small objects on the berm with it. It felt good to get out and shoot some handguns, it has been too long. So busy.