So I took my USPc .40 to the range yesterday and set up two targets on the cardboard, and wheeled it out to the 21' mark. I took a 'warm-up' shot at the left target to reacquire myself with the gun since it had been a few months since I last shot it. I didn't see the hole in the paper... did I just get a bullseye? Thinking I had I focused on the right target and squeezed off round number two. Again, couldn't see the hole in the paper. Wheeled the targets in and found the first shot was indeed a bullseye and not a single part of the hole was outside the gray. Nice! Then I look at the right target and saw it couldn't have been a more perfect bullseye. I couldn't believe it... two in a row, first two shots, the first only bettered by the second. 298 rounds later I left a happy camper.
That gray bullseye is the exact size of a penny, for reference.