No change, no improvement.
I had some things I wanted to work on.
Trigger finger at the crease of the finger for the placement.
Pin back each shot then reset.
Go slow and relax
Most importantly "before the trigger break, don't move the pistol." Pretty simple, that.
It worked... sorta? Sorta not, too. It's like I can see it, but I can't gel into it. The place I need to instinctively be.
Two few to the left of the centerline and none from the second round to tres. Hmph, again. I prescribed more dryfire the night before because that might help the "before the trigger break, don't move the pistol" goal.
From an Away Game... - From discussion elsewhere... This is the single best thing about striker fired handguns. Like rifles, nobody can tell at a glance if they're cocked or not....
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