We had a couple of twelve packs of diet soft drinks and they made entertaining reactive targets. So much so that she said she wanted to buy some just for shooting. It was a lot of fun.
I really enjoyed the Glock, my smallish hands find it to be a nice comfortable size and it shoots comfortably. I had thought that the recoil may be a little much in such a small package but it was no problem at all. The Wife likes it but greatly prefers her XDs.
Like any new Glock, the sights are pitiful and have got to go. I have no problem with the trigger and will likely not change it anytime soon. I will say that I find the Glock 43 is more fun to shoot than my Glock 27, which is almost as fun to shoot as my Glock 22.
The sights and greater heft make the XDs a superior range pistol, IMO, and that goes double for my Wife. She greatly prefers the XDs and is happy with it. She was hell on those cans.
Compared to the other two the old Browning felt like a heavy toy. The Wife squeezed off a round before getting on target because of how much lighter the trigger is on it. Strangely I didn't enjoy shooting it as much as I once did. I actually missed feeling the substantial bark of a real weapon. I do, however, feel like I could, with some patience, easily take a squirrel with it and that would be hard to say about the little 9mms.
Given the cheapness, and availability, of 9mm I believe that it'll be what I focus on stocking up. Maybe one day .22LR will be readily available but in the meantime...
All in all it was a good day!!!