Sounds like you did pretty well indeed. However, only time and your personal shooting experience and learned & studied skills will tell you what steps to take next. I'd venture a guess and say that not many folks at all keep shooting the same rigs they started out with 3-5 years down the road. The reason I say this is because as your experience grows, new things will come out, you'll be offered to try someone else's setup, you'll experiment with different techniques, etc- and things will run their own natural course.
Take what you have, learn it, get comfortable with it, and shoot the dickens out of it. And don't second guess your equipment until you're 100% sure any problems are not coming from you instead the equipment. And most importantly of all- keep it fun and enjoyable, cause once that goes- nothing will seem right.
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I'm going to use the words "clip" and "Long Colt" every chance I get. It grinds my gears to see new members attacked when we all know dang good and well what's being refered to.