When chambering a round after a fast magazine change, and the slide of your pistol has Slip 2000 all over it, and an 18# recoil spring, and you use the "grasp the slide over the top with four fingers and slingshot it" technique, and your weak hand slips... well... if you don't get that third digit out of the way of the rear Trijicons which are being propelled forwards by that beefy spring, you're going to lose your fingernail right down to the quick. Ow! I shoulda cut them all off before going shooting; I know better.
Other than that, it was a pretty good day at the range. I put about thirty more rounds through my .38/44 Heavy Duty. Mr. Middleton's bullseye gun needs a good scrubbing; perhaps even of the "sideplate off" variety. I was lights out with the 1911s. (Well, for me at least.) Even one-hand weak hand stuff wasn't straying outside what would have been the A-zone were it an IPSC target. Why can't I shoot like this when there are bowling pins in front of me, by the way?