Earlier this week I was glancing through some threads and one caught my eye, a strange one in fact where the OP was seeking help about shooting a snub nose J-Frame, yet curiously, in my opinion, was dismissive and rude to responding forum member's input, a very odd way to acquire help, but so be it, style is everything I suppose. That being what it is, it got me to thinking about how well I could at one time in my life shoot very accurately with one (a snubbie). I won't repeat the long story, but when my son was young and we'd be out shooting in the desert, he never caught on to my advice that shooting at fixed targets and trying to improve your aim was better than trying to hit golf balls thrown in the air with a blasting Beretta 92F! When he went into the police academy, he realized quickly how much he should have listened to me! Here are some old pictures when he was then a young cop and for some reason they were up at the shooting range and this is him shooting with his partners' gun, a 40 S&W caliber (my son was carrying a Glock 21 in 45 ACP back then). I reminded him when these pics were taken that at that distance, I could have and did deliver the same results with not a Smith and Wesson J-frame (because I didn't have one then), but with a Charter Arms Undercover! He's an even better shooter now because he knows how to shoot when receiving lead coming back his way, but still nods when I remind him of the 'old days'!