Once again my shots were all over the place, but the location was different; our underused indoor range. I was also with an experienced shooter who had three guns with him, a 22 target pistol, a .38 Special revolver and a re-barelled 1911. He let me try the 22 and I had a group of about 4 inches just a little low and to the right. It was way better than I'd been doing with my M9. The other shooter tried my M9 and had a nice tight group with the exception of his first shot. He handed it back to me and said the trigger pull was quite a surprise. He thought it was very light at first, then maybe 9 lbs at the break. 'Try aiming from the break point,' he said. I'd been aiming first, then pulling back and through the break. This time I pulled back to the break, aimed, and then shot. What a difference! Suddenly I was on the target with a spread of about eight inches in ten shots at 60 feet. Using the 22 helped as well. We'll both be back next week. So, I suppose this is what everyone does, pull, aim and shoot?