Monday, June 5, 2017

Range, 1 June


What a session.  At least I an laugh at myself instead of being dejected about and full of woe.

Remember my mantra?
  1. Relax
  2. Front sight
  3. Make trigger go good.
Tertiary addition:  Just because you haven't shot .45 much in the past 2 years doesn't mean you should be afraid of it now.

Six magazines fired.  The final 2 were Ciener .22.  You can see the old me in that first one, 'I', flinching to heck and back.  Relax, dummy.  The very first shot was that one over on the right barely touching the target I wasn't even aiming at.

Next target, II, below that was much better.  The V target was decent too, but at that point I am getting tired and impatient.

Oh, I am still logging all this.  Never had a failure with the rebuilt .45, and it's even been a while with the .22.


Jerry The Geek said...

YOU PROBABLY ALREADY KNOW THIS but some readers may not:

IF right handed, shots to the right suggest THUMBING; or, (finger too deep on the trigger, pulling the shot).

Your shot patterns are typically caused by consistent reasons.


New Jovian Thunderbolt said...

Lefty. Too much finger tip. According to the gif.