I am very confident and a pretty dead shot with the SP101-I have a crimson trace laser on that gun.
Do yourself a big favor. Learn to shoot without relying on something that contains batteries, and circuits. Although the CT is probably the best on the market, it is still an electronic devise that can fail. Learn to use the sights, and to shoot instinctively. It just might save your life some day.
The laser can be a great aid in learning though. It can tell you if you are jerking the trigger by watching the little dot jerk. It can also be used in dry fire practice. WITH THE GUN EMPTY, CHECKED, AND CHECKED AGAIN you can draw the gun to waist or mid chest height, and instinctively aim at a target. Then push the button to see if you are properly on target.