Following he advice I got in another post, I thoroughly cleaned the two new pistols I picked up over the weekend - hey, they were on sale! - then decided that last night was a good night to go to the Cabin and shoot 'em in. SigSauer 1911-22: ran about 75 rounds through it and decided it could have a better trigger. Unfortunately, the owner's manual says nothing about how to adjust the trigger. Basically the manual is worthless. So I put that away and commenced with the Ruger GP100 - what a smooth, sweet-shooting gun! Ran 45 rounds of .38 special through it , then switched to Blazer 158 gr. .357 Mag. and put 45 of that candy through it.(I always save some ammo when alone on the mountain overnight.) With just a bit of practice I was getting six rounds in a two inch circle at 25 feet, SA. DA they were all in a ten inch circle. I'll gradually move this back to 35-40 yards since I plan on using it for deer hunting in PA next fall. All in all a great night on the mountain - up at three o'clock when the light fog and thousands of fireflies created the most magical scene in the little clearing where the Cabin sits. I had to stay up and watch for a bit before going back to bed.
The Sig has a screw at the lower end of the trigger and when I first dissembled and cleaned it the trigger was in the full lock position, so using the allen wrench provided I loosened it to where it would at least fire. That's what made me think (I know - don't, I'm not equipped!)that it was accessible and the wrench was included so they must have meant for me to do it, without instructions - you know, any cave man can do it?