A point of concern with little pistols is the tendency to shift in the hand (OK, thumb and two finger grip) from recoil. Makes it tough to maintain shot to shot placement consistency. At a well lit range (That doesn't shoot back), we use the visual feedback of the target holes and sense of the pistol's motion in the hand to adjust point of aim. Good practice, but may lead some to think they can hit COM at ranges far beyond "Belly". A cheap practice technique is to end your practice session by shooting in low light (About 45 min past sunset or so), staple pie plates over COM or paste over all of the target holes and loosely "Clothe" your silhouette targets with dark shirts or jackets (0.99 thrift store stuff, or that '70's suit with the vest thats been lurking in the closet ). Anyway, have a friend set up 2-3 targets at various distances & directions within the range safety fan while your back is turned (Pistol unloaded, slide locked to rear please [Unless P-3AT, my latest interest]). Then load, holster/conceal, turn around, draw and engage all of the targets with whatever pattern you believe appropriate- Double tap to torso, Mozambique, etc. Start slow, work on the "Rhythm" before you try blaze away. It's surprisingly hard to maintain shot to shot consistency without the sensory cues. It'll keep ya' from getting a big head after an afternoon of punching the COM out of targets with careful aimed fire in good light I'm thinking of trying the Agrip stuff to help reduce the shift issue. We'll see how it goes. Safe shooting!