CRAP! No better. That does it, Ima gonna shoot a bunch of stuff other than the 1911. I keep shooting low and right. I hope its me and a SA trigger. I need REAL instruction to get rid of this flaw. I just can't concentrate it away.
A few VERY rare shots are sublime. Those are the ones in the bullseye.
About all I do well is this:
Some of those around the head and neck are 1 handed and one in the groin and another mixed in at the 9 ring are at 50 feet, but the majority in the 'chest' area are all 2 handed at a half size target at 21 feet. And they are all at this speed, "BANGandBANGandBANGandBANGandBANGandBANGand"
So I am hitting "minute of bad guy" accuracy at 7 yards almost as fast as you can pull the trigger. A few flyers.
Is that worth something?
There is reason to be discouraged, as it is same ol same ol. Whatever I try is not noticeably improving anything.
There is reason to be encouraged, too. I do HIT. When at the machine gun shoot I hit the bowling pins set up pretty regularly with a pistol. I can hit the half size silhoette center mass. The misses are all 1 hand, above. And I'm pretty fast. But, as of now, I am not going to be Mr. Shot Placement. No aiming for the tear duct and expecting results for me. Fine for generic goblins, but not good enough for Mozambique necessarily, I think. Not good enough for the critical Zombie forehead shot. I want to fix that.
Searching for dry fire drills now. And there is THIS guy and a specific training course he offers called Problem Solver...
I think I’d do a much better (and confidence-building) job with reactive steel targets. Lets say I get big into pin shooting and IDPA comptetition. Mainly because my shooting flaw isn’t as ciritical and I can be successful with those event and safely ignore my bad shooting habits. Reinforcing bad habits is not what I want. I’ve reinforced too many already.