It's all about practicing a lot,,,
I have a Model 36 that I was doing well to hit the ground with,,,
Then I bought a Model 34 snubbie in .22 LR to practice with.
Now I can hit an 8" paper plate stapled to a man sized target,,,
Pretty much every shot at 25 yards with either gun.
If I brace on an upright pole I can hit clay pigeons 3-4 out of 5 shots
It's difficult to prove causality in a case like this,,,
But I attribute it to lots of inexpensive practice with bulk .22 LR ammo.
Caje: The coward dies a thousand times, the brave only once.
Kirby: That's about all it takes, ain't it?
Combat: "A Silent Cry"
Aarond is good,,, Aarond is wise,,, Always trust Aarond! (most of the time)