Finally got a chance to take my new-to-me Llama IX-C and her two new "full-capacity" 13-round mags out for a test run. Here she is with her two new mags, one in the gun. The mag at the top with the line at the base is the 10-round "Clinton ban" mag that came with the pistol. (Let us pray we won't have another outbreak of "Clintonitis WhiteHouseus.") Surprise, BigTaco came down for a Thanksgiving visit to God's Country and was hunting with family in my home county. We got together in the afternoon to run out to the range, but found it was closed. So we dropped back and punted and set up our own range in the woods where they had been hunting. Here's a 11"x17" target with a widespread set of 13 holes in the body and a tight-as-a-tick-on-a-hound group clustered at the head. Guess who shot the head group? If you guessed anybody but BT, you are wrong. So not being embarrassed enough yet, I switched to bulls-eye targets. Again, guess whose group on the top target is all over the place and whose group on the bottom target is tick-tight again? Getting the idea yet? Finally, I wanted to put some rounds through my pocket pistol, Kel-Tec PF-9, for which I had a new magazine to replace one I lost. I fired several magazines of FMJs and HPs to make sure both magazines were feeding fine as well as getting in some trigger time to stay ready with it. Guess again who fired one magazine of seven at the head? Oh well. Why would I want to go shooting with somebody who's not better than me anyway? At least it got dark and cut the session short, so the embarrassment didn't last too long. I can now retire my S&W 669 from "car gun" duty and promote the Llama to riding shotgun with me. "Big Bertha" has passed all tests and is ready for action. BT also liked her light and crisp trigger, perhaps 3 lbs., but I still haven't had the chance to put a trigger gauge on her. She's just right for SA cocked-and-locked car carry.