Sold my never fired .357 S&W this past spring that I had for 12 years and bought a .40 S&W XD Sub-Compact that I just got around to shooting today at the range. The shortest distances for targets was 25 yards (not feet). I was able to shoot an oblong group of five shots 2" wide by 5" high on about a 30 degree slant. This group averaged about 4" right of the bull but fairly equal above and below horizontal. I can see that I have to tap either the front sight to the right or the rear sight to the left but my main question is what size groups do the better shooters get at 25 yards? I see I have a long ways to go. Thanks.