I took my stepdaughter and her new boyfriend (first one since her divorce from her loser ex) to Johnson Creek Gun Club last night and we had a ball. She has a Sig P238 and I took along my Colt Gold Cup Trophy 1911, my Ruger New Model Blackhawk (45 LC/45 ACP convertible), my Kahr CM9, and my wife's new little Beretta Tomcat .32. We had a ball and it was pretty clear that my stepdaughter's boyfriend was pretty impressed with her shooting ability. He didn't really grow up around firearms (his dad's a Lutheran minister), so he wasn't much of a shot, but I was impressed that he didn't seem to mind that she could outshoot him. That added a lot to his credibility in my book. Interestingly enough, he lost his right eye at age 16 due to a tumor on his optic nerve and I was a bit stumped on what to tell him in turns of sighting a gun. His right eye was his dominant eye and even though he's had no sight in it for 14 years, he clearly doesn't shoot where he thinks he's pointing using his left eye. He's close, but clearly is shooting to the left of normal point of aim for a right eye dominant shooter, as would be expected if he's lining it up with his left eye. He's clearly learned to compensate, but not perfectly. Anyway, anybody with any ideas out there about how to help him hit what he's aiming at chime in. I'm stumped, but in the end it wasn't really the most important thing about the trip. We all had a ball and they clearly had fun together.