I didn't realize that. I thought most were 25 yards, or more. I guess I ought to check this outBut when you see Hickok45 popping away, remember most of his fast
and "deadly" shots are within the 15 yard marker. And when he goes
beyond that, he slows down and employs the so-called Kentucky windage.
I've only had one chance to shoot the SA-35 at the range. Will continue my range shooting starting in about ten days from now.
I passed the gun around to the shooters resting at the "lunch" table, and most of them felt it now feels pretty good, but if anything, the trigger still has some "creep". The test targets they sent me with the modified gun were good. The gun feels good in my hand. The trigger is acceptable, but 4# trigger is more than I hoped for.
One thing I've noticed in dry-firing is that the gun is very "slippery" in my hands. I suspect most people will enjoy the finish, but to make the gun work better for me, I used skateboard tape on the front strap and rear strap. The wood grips are adequate, but if I keep this gun, I'll buy better grips from VZ Grips. In the meantime, my grip is now much better.