I might stick to iron sights when I get my own EBR.
Best part of the day by far was a visit from the one and only Son, who accompanied us to our favorite indoor pistol range. (yes, two ranges in one day...sometimes...life is good)
I was chomping at the bit to work out my new Ruger SR9c. The short story on that is I like the hell out of that little compact 9mm - shot tight groups right out of the starting blocks.
The one and only Son has shot pistols once or twice with his Grandpa up in Kansas. Revolvers.
I gave him instructions on safe gun handling and let him go at it. First two mags out of the XDm were not bad at all. I coached him on finger position on the trigger, and he got a bit better. Then I coached him on his two handed grip and he dialed it in. That
I did my usual routine with both pistols, both hands, strong hand, weak hand. I was not displeased with either of my solo hand groups, with either pistol.
On the way out I fondled a Glock 17. It fit my hand well...really well. Perhaps I'll progress to the point where I'm fussy about triggers, but right now, the way the pistol feels in my hand, and where the front sight appears in my sight picture when I present it is everything. Someone commented in my first post when I wrote about my "new XDm" purchase not being my last.
I suspected he was right.
Now I'm certain.