As previously posted in "World's First S357 Range Report" and the Rooshian rifle shootout, Big Taco, yours truly and my son-in-law, hereinafter referred to as Can0Beans, got together at a range in Pittsburgh for a shoot-em-up session. We popped an uncounted number of caps in a grand total of seven pistols and two rifles and had a fine old time, yes indeedy! Here's the pistol lineup, with one exception. When I shot this, I forgot we had already popped a few caps with my Kel-Tec PF-9 pocket pistol and it was already back in my pocket. BT didn't like it, Can0Beans did like it and I love it. Top row, left to right: my S&W 669 subcompact 9mm and Glock 29 subcompact 10mm. Second row, BT's S40 and my M357-A1. Third row, BT's M9 and Can0Beans' Ruger P95 9mm. And here's BT's two rifles, Kel-Tec Sub-2000 9mm with Glock 30-round "full-capacity" mag and Rooshian Mosin-Nagant 7.62x54R with composite sporter stock and sling. At least I got the chance to teach the two young whippersnappers one thing: How to rig a "hasty sling" to hold the Rooshian rifle steady while shooting. Shooting both rifles was a blast, even if my young whippersnapper of a son-in-law did outshoot both BT and me with the Rooshian bolt action. And from shooting the Sub-2000, I've got a couple of nice powder-burn streaks still remaining three days later on my right jowl , but so what? I felt it burning after the first round or two, but I kept on shooting the entire 30-round Glock mag because it was so *amn much fun. That's the price us lefties have to pay to shoot semi-auto rifles with short, stubby stocks with your face right down near the eject hole. But in nearly four hours at the range, the most fun I had was shooting pistols at bulls-eye targets at 50 yards. As BT says, aim small, miss small. Them 8-inch bulls looked awful small at 50 yards, but it was a blast trying to hit it. I figured at the start I finally had a chance to whip BT as he was shooting his S40 and I was shooting my M357-A1. The extra half-inch of sight extension between the S and the M ought to give me an edge, right? Well maybe it did, but he still whipped the socks off me. Here's our target after about two rounds between us, best I can remember. Short version is all the holes in the black are BT's and a few of the holes in the white and off the target are mine. But it was a lot of fun anyway. I decided to put up a fresh target and take a try at 50 yards with my G29 and I did a bit better. Would you believe I only fired six rounds and that's the six holes in the target? Well that's my story and I'm sticking to it. At least I finally got one round in the black and two on the edge of the black. As good as the trigger is on my newly BT-improved M357-A1, it's still 6 lbs. and my heavily customized G29 has a 2.5 lbs. trigger. Works for me.