Tonight I found an excuse for last night's hot mess.
When I started dryfire I noticed my mags were slippery. Duh. I knew my hands were a little slippery but didn't realize how much that affected things
Hopefully that is at least partially because I am gripping the gun much harder and not cheating the grip in dryfire.
I remember how that burnt me two years ago.
Yes, boys and girls, working hands hand cream should be applied before bed and not a couple hours before dryfire.
Tonight went much better although it's blatantly evident I need to practice at least five times a week.
An hour and ten minutes. Started with five minutes at the wall but from leaning positions trying not to cant the gun.
Then SA drill 13 front sight foward. Then I did some wide transition and focus change drills.
Finished up with reloading while leaving a position. Left to right and right to left. I am better left to right.