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Maybe purchase a .22 for practice?

I think snubbies are difficult to point shoot at those distances because the barrel angles up and away from the trigger finger which is your natural pointer.

So, yes practice, practice, practice, and a .22 snubby may permit you to get a lot more rounds in, cost wise, and save wear and tear on your primary.

And I would, if it were mine, install lighter springs that still give 100% reliability and wouldn't make the trigger too light for pocket carry.
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