...with Murphy's Law at the Izaak Walton League range involved one handed shooting. My little .38 has a fairly heavy trigger pull, making up for the lack of a safety. I was amazed at how much difference there is in trying to shoot one-handed - how much less steady and how much harder it is to pull the trigger. I absolutely can't do it with my left hand - need to work on building strength there. Right hand is hard but mostly I think I did OK. Somebody else arrived and was a bit nit-picky about details of various rules, which made shooting uncomfortable and was distracting so I didn't think to try with the .32, which has a much easier trigger.
Also got to try ML's H&K P7. Interesting the way the gun cocks, feels nice, aims nice, fires nice. Nice and flat - it would be easy to carry concealed. Very satisfying to chew up the center circle of the target with it.
I was actually standing further back today, and while there were some fliers I felt that most of the time I was doing reasonably well. Mostly, I worked with the .38. It's not a fun gun, per se, but since it's the current self defense weapon I need to be able to handle it well. In some ways it is fun, though, because it presents a challenge - hard trigger pull, light gun so it kicks. Makes it satisfying when I'm able to send rounds where I want them to go.