About my standard flaw. Low and right. Even when I totally surprise myself with the trigger pull it's still low and right. With guns that other people hit center or left or high with for their grouping.
So, if I am legitimately not flinching or pushing or what have you, what am I doing.
Dunno. Maybe I am am still pushing? Maybe the push of my trigger finger is that direction. Maybe the tendon and the base of that finger is wiggling and in contact with the grip panel. Beats me. Maybe some very careful hand and finger placement is worth testing. I've done that before, but I was less good before.
I'd love to figure out what it is. On m best day I get all shots into a tuna can as long as you put the 10 O'Clock of the can on the point of the bullseye.
So what is my goal here? I'd like to be good enough that a bowling pin match is a possibility. That would be fun and a level of competence I'd like to have for other applications. Faster and bowling pin accurate with competition pressure. Wish they had more bowling pin potential places around here.
But most of my professional training, (and training from other tyros) has consisted of "you gotta flinch. don't flinch." and stops at that. Very helpful. I did learn about that little tendon thing. I've also gotten from pro trainers, "you are accurate enough, lets make you faster." Which is a thing, too, I value. It'd just be nice to take a zombie target to the range, shoot 7 magazine at it, and have a big ragged hole in the face and nowhere else.
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