Went to the indoor range this afternoon determined to work on getting better with my HK45.
Put 100 230gr. White Box and 20 230gr. Federal HST +P JHPs downrange. (All I had time for...) I shot at silhouette targets at distances between 21 and 35 ft. (approx).
The pistol ran as reliably as it always does of course, really the best thing about it, however I am getting my groups tighter, if still towards the three o'clock of POA. I'm assuming this is an issue with my grip. (hanging on too tight I think).
Still, that silhouette bad guy's vitals were suitably ventilated, I am growing more confident in my ability with the HK now. I wish my 58 year old eyes were more cooperative in this process, but they are what they are.
Would the Heine sights be better?
Oh, one more thing. Those +P HSTs are pretty darn zippy.
Also pretty darned accurate as well.
Took me about 500 rounds to get the trigger down on HK's.
I had one of those ahhhh-HAAAA moments with my trigger finger and grip and those groups tightened up real nice.
Although my cousin then took the pistol, never shot it before, and put a grouping just as good as mine right off the bat and well I thought shit.