I did live fire training today with an excellent instructor who shall remain nameless.
Thanks Jon. ;)
We went through a ton of fundamentals drills basically validating the dryfire drills from last week.
He identified some core weaknesses some of which are scars which I'll need to work out this winter
but others can be remedied much quicker so fix these first and then work on field course skills
just some quick notes I started ...
more grip WH and less grip pressure strong hand
look first eye speed; eyes lead even the head
did some counting aloud cadences drills and my transitions we double the slits.
this got better and for continued improvement received good explanation of
slower and then speeding up counting and then spreading targets and repeat
big ol flinch spotted heading north at 4 fps
trigger press greater than sight alignment especially at close range - demo
target difficulty determines how much time for sight picture. wait for it . watch the sight rise and settle (dirt shoot on occasion)
trigger speed - loosen strong hand grip - also causing low left from clenching probably