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    20 minutes dry draws, reloads, trigger presses (freestyle, WHO, SHO).

    Reloads were especially smooth today, which is likely due to the increased par time. Still working on my draw stroke, it's very hard not to slip into my old routine.

    I need conscious, focused effort in repetition to ingrain unconscious proficiency. I find I have to intensely concentrate to perform a proper "L" press out. I need several thousand more draws or so.....maybe more....

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    10 minutes dry draws, reloads, trigger presses (freestyle, WHO, SHO).

    Today's music:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1fHxPY3TJo

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    20 minutes dry draws, reloads, trigger presses (freestyle, WHO, SHO).

    Last five minutes I spent doing half speed press outs.

    Today's music:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4PN7Xbexq4

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    Missed a day. Not happy about it.

    Anyway, back at it today. 20 minutes dry fire. Draws, reloads, trigger presses (freestyle, WHO, SHO). Did some lateral movement on the draw, left and right. I really think the press out shines here.

    I also turned off the lights and did some low light press out with the tritium sights. This was a very interesting experience. In the absence of visual indicators my eyes seemed to be drawn automatically to the tritium dots, which seemed to make the press out a little smoother.

    I also need to work on properly indexing my mags on my reloads. More focus needed here for sure.

    Today's music:
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    09/07

    10 minutes dry fire. Draws, reloads, trigger presses (freestyle, WHO, SHO). Did some lateral movement on the draw, left and right.

    No music today.

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    09/08

    15 minutes dry fire. Draws, reloads, trigger presses (freestyle, WHO, SHO).

    No music today.

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    09/09

    15 minutes dry fire. Draws, reloads, trigger presses (freestyle, WHO, SHO).

    I focused mostly on draws tonight and proper placement of my strong hand thumb, as I had a couple failure of the slide lock back on my last few range sessions. The few reloads that I did went fairly well.

    Music was a little on the obscure side. I first heard this song from a great 80's movie. I'm dating myself here....but bonus points if you can spot the movie.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-w5zmmVtVs

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    09/10

    All I had time for today was ten good presses:

    10 SA
    10 DA
    10 WHO
    10 SHO

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    15 minutes dry fire. Draws, reloads, trigger presses (freestyle, WHO, SHO).

    Reloads are coming along nicely.

    The Beretta is breaking in despite it being a used gun, the trigger has smoothed out and the de-cocker is much easier to operate.

    I'm having much less issue completing my support hand grip at speed on draw. I wedge my support hand index finger far forward under the trigger guard. The Beretta trigger guard is much thinner than the Glock and I was having issues with my support hand index finger finding a home using this grip at speed. Slowing down my draw and moving to a pure press out has helped.

    Today's music:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5FESJQF-Is

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    09/12

    10 minutes dry draws, reloads, trigger presses (Freestyle, WHO, SHO).

    Today's music:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glEiPXAYE-U

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