I had another opportunity to take my new PCR to the range -- only the second time I have shot it and first time with the new G10 grips, so I really needed the practice. The first trip to the range produced groups that were low and left, which I worked to correct with some snap cap practice to try to control recoil flinch. I think that has helped some. Anyways, I present the following two targets for analysis, both shot at 5 yards. As you can see here, I started off shooting left again, but at least not low. I figured that the grouping would tighten up with more practice. I also noticed that I wasn't placing my finger pad on the trigger correctly, so I fixed that. As per usual, I started off the session by shooting with both eyes open. I don't have great vision, am right eye dominant, and have astigmatism in one eye -- I can't say whether these conditions affect how I shoot. But, although I did seem to be grouping tighter with practice, my shots were still bunching up left -- you can see this in the next target. Out of curiosity, I decided to try aiming with one eye, which produced the group that you can see is more or less dead-center. I don't have the experience to say whether the improved shooting with one eye versus both is normal, so I'd like to hear what a knowledgeable shooter thinks on that question. I am still waiting for some funds to get this pistol properly tuned up, which, along with more practice, will hopefully help make it even more reliably accurate. Even without the tune-up, I feel confident that I can at least put lead in a target's center of mass. Thanks for reading!