Well, went to the range this morning a week after buying my pieces. Just havent had time to get back. Anyways, this was my first time firing these pistols, or any handgun for that matter and I was a little bit nervous. Admittedly. The Supervisor of the range was very helpful and patient with me. I learned a lot from him in such a short time and it was very helpful.
The LCP performed beautifully through about a half a box of MagTech .380 acp. Only problem was when the slide didnt return all the way and drag the top round into the chamber, but that was my fault for "babying" my LCP. Bear with me, just getting started...
After getting used to the trigger pull, recoil, etc. I was ready to step up to the 9mm glock and see what was different. Obviously its a larger gun and feels great in the hand. The trigger pull much shorter than the LCP and overall 9mm feels better shooting than the baby LCP.
I am very happy with the performance. Ill try and improve mine!
Anyways, this was my first time to the range. I wasn't charged or anything, just a informational session kind of. So i still got my free range time, which i should since i bought some DPX for $33/20 rounds, unreal. Also picked up some cleaning supplies. I am gonna strip these down this afternoon and get em cleaned and lubed up for the next go around.
I am just getting into shooting but I feel that one area I DO NOT STRUGGLE WHATSOEVER is ALWAYS being careful. I pay way too much attention to safety, and I plan to keep this up and as my main concern. Just thought I'd share with the DC fam and maybe you could offer any feedback.!
And thanks for all the assistance thus far!