... at the range this week. I want too much too soon and moved too far back at first, which cost me accuracy. Felt better when I had chewed a good sized hole in the center of the target with the Browning after moving up again. That's a fun gun to shoot - substantial feeling without being big or overly heavy. Easy to control. The little .38 is more of a problem. I'm tending to the left, and sometimes I'm doing the mental equivalent of a face squinch just before it fires, which means I'm anticipating the shot and flinching. The only solution I know is to go shoot it some more.