Speaking of that, Rick is still looking at maps trying to find where Sophia might have gone. Looks like there's a suburban McMansion development nearby where she could be hiding out. So after shooting practice (really?), Shane will head up there in his snappy product placement of a vehicle with whoever proves to be the best shot. Target practice? I understand that they are working on self-defense techniques, but they have a limited supply of ammo, so this seems ridiculously wasteful. Also, zombies like loud noises. Why risk drawing more attention to your location? These people are all fucking idiots. Glennn walks over with the basket of peaches (that Maggie tried to bribe his silence with) and just stares awkwardly at Shane and Rick. Then Patricia and that other random blonde girl who may be her daughter come over and ask to be schooled in shooting as well. Are you serious? They're worried about protecting themselves now that the gun-toting Otis is no longer around. This mostly seems like a way to remind us of that whole Shane- killing-Otis-thing, and that Hershel specifically told Rick to leave his people out of crap like this. For his part, Rick says he'll have to get permission from Hershel, though we don't actually see this exchange.
Shane wanders over to Carl, who is wearing the too big sheriff hat and finds out that the boy has a handgun tucked in his belt because he wants to shoot. What is with these people? I'd think Daryl's archery skills would be a more valuable thing to try and cultivate. Anyway, it turns out that the rapidly mobile brat snuck into the RV and took one. Then Rick, Shane and Lori have a conversation about whether he should be properly taught how to use a handgun. I think since the precocious kid is going to be like Andrea and just obsess over taking guns, they might as well, but Lori would tend to disagree with me as she's still miffed about the kid getting shot under Shane and Rick's watch. Lori finally acquiesces after Rick goes on and on about Shane's teaching abilities and whatnot.
Glennn decides to stay and learn mechanics from Dale instead of going off to the makeshift gun range. See, that's a valuable life lesson. I was remotely proud of his life choices, but mostly he just wanted an excuse to spill his secrets to Dale. Dammit, Glennn. Get a grip.
So everyone is out on the edge of the woods shooting up all manner of glass bottles. Andrea's happier with a handgun than a shotgun, and that means she gets to go out on Shane's useless search party. But before she goes, she asks Shane why he decided to stick around.