Ok, that was a bit better.
I still haven't figured out the favoring the right side of the centerline, no. This session I de-emphasized finger tip placement when I realize wherever I put that pad or however I draw it back it still favors right. And when dry firing... there is still a tiny perceptible anticipatory jiggle.
Great. So hard to work that out. "MORE DRY FIRE, BUDDY!" Yeah yeah. I agree.
So what is the good? I really calmed down quite a bit more on the hold. As in trying to: "before the trigger break, don't move the pistol."
And if you notice the first round of tres started to tighten up the groups right around target #5. To what might we attribute this to? I did indeed do a bit more dry fire...
First groups of a line have a line on the hole, second group a circle. 42 shots of CCI MiniMax, 25 feet out of the Ceiner 1911
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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