I started doing "The First 48 Drill" (basically half of my "99 Drill").
Target : 3x5 card
7 yards, 2.5sec PAR: draw and shoot three (5 times, total 15 rounds)
7 yards, 5.0sec PAR: draw, fire one, reload, fire two (5 times, total 15 rounds)
10 yards, 3.5sec PAR: draw and shoot three (5 times, total 15 rounds)
15 yards, 5.0sec PAR: draw and shoot three (1 time, total 3 rounds)
To finish out the 50 round box I'll often back up to 25+ yards and do 2 shots on the 3x5, pure precision no time limit.
"I, Hatchet Jack, being of sound mind and broke legs, do leaveth my rifle to the next thing who finds it, Lord hope he be a white man.
It is a good rifle, and kilt the bear that kilt me. Anyway, I am dead."
Sincerely, Hatchet Jack.
Not that .22 ammo is growing on trees, but I have found having a .22 top end for my 226R to be a really good thing for practicing DA/SA transitions.
This thread has motivated me to brush the dust off an old P229 in 9mm that I haven't fired in years. It was acquired used and has Ashley Big Dot sights on it that I'd like to get rid of. Has anyone run the Warren sights on their Sig?
I have a Warren rear, that I haven't yet installed, but I am led to believe it matches height wise with a factory front sight, or a Dawson that spec height. I have been replacing factory sights with Heinie, and have a set of Trijicon HD sights waiting to try.
What width rear are you running?
I'm seeing more .40, .38 Special, and .45 ACP in the Seattle Metro area than 9mm AND .22. I have no earthly idea why .22 is being hoarded by the panicistas, other than Jim Billy Bob going shopping for 9 mil, finding none, then saying "Hold my beer while I load up the cart on .22 for mah mall ninja tactical .22."
Ok, so I'm mixing paraphrases, cultures, and demographics, but work with me...