On my last .22 trip to the range, I brought the 1911 for a little attention. Unfortunately, I didn't shoot it very well.
So last weekend, I went to the range with the GI .45 and the XD-9, and was surprised to find that I just sucked that day.
A a few single ragged holes through a few targets later, I had full confidence back in my 1911, and my XD-9 felt much more natural than I remembered.
I got a few compliments on my shooting, as usual, but no one seemed interested in any pointers, so I didn't offer them.
One of my near-term goals is to get as good with my .30 rifles as I am with my pistols and AR carbine.