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Took my two Walthers to the range today, shot them at 15 yards. The .32 shot high and left, and I'd drifted the sight over already. It was grouping pretty good, though. I'd worried about the gun shooting left since the last time I shot it, but today drifted the rear sight over and it zeroed in...maybe about 4" high, but that could have been my sight picture. I'm pleased, using hardball cheap ammo, no problems.


The second one I shot was my .380....it was already shooting pretty well to POA, just wanted to check reliability. Shot fine without any adjustment, and no jams. It's more accurate than the .32, but does have a bit of a bite to it.


Fifteen yards is not the range I'd usually shoot at for such a small pistol, but worked out just fine. All rounds in the 5. One called flier.
 
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