I am going to adress this once more. As I said in my earlier post's, I would probably not be able to replicate my shooting again in my lifetime. Was it a fluke? Sure it was. I did not have a reaction time. I was the one that yelled, GO! It was on my own range with absolutely no pressure. The World class shooter's can do this pretty much on demand, under pressure. But, I will say this, the service pistols, the Glock's, Colt's, SIG'S and Beretta's, etc., can should better than people can. Anyone whos shoots and trains on a regualr basis, but at least one thousand rounds a month, must have a day where they absolutely amazed their fellow shooters , and themselves. For hunters, haven't you taken that two hundred yard shot at a running deer and were amazed when it folded up? Or the two ducks crossing at 60 MPH and they both folded? Or three grouse that went up in front of your trusty dog, and you nailed all three? I've done all three. ONCE! I have also had day's when I couldn't hit a bull in the A** with a handful of sand. That's why Leatham is making the big bucks and I dealt with convicts. That's it. I'll say no more.