First 5 shots @7 yards, improvised rest
I can easily lay one shot on top of the other with the Buck Mark. It was really fun to be shooting that precisely. My point of aim was the center red diamond so the sights definitely needed some adjustment. Once I was able to pit one of those red diamonds I moved to off hand shooting.
~30 rounds off hand, 3" target @7yds
I started my offhand shooting slow but got progressively faster. I shot some strong hand and weak hand (that's where those high flyers came from). I've got to be very careful with my trigger work. I think I'm anticipating recoil a bit considering the high, left trend. It's a new trigger to learn and I haven't got it down just yet.
I want to get out and run some other ammo types through it. I've got half an ammo can full of .22. I want to run some of the plated stuff through it to see how it handles the cheaper brands. I'm going to save my unplated until I pick up a .22 revolver.
The Buck Mark is a lot of fun. It's great for some simple plinking and I'm going to pick up some cheap .22 steel targets for it soon. It will also be great for some new shooters I'm planning to get on the range soon.