Dry fire practice this week has been more consistent, perhaps not focused enough, but very consistent. At least 10 minutes per day.
Walking and running this week has been almost daily. Lunges twice, and pull-ups as well. Weight is down to 187.
Hiked with a shotgun and Brittany spaniel today. Only saw two doves, and missed them both.
Did the week 181 drills with the SIG, 642, and P32. I don't think it's a mystery to anyone that it is easier to shoot fast and well with a full sized service 9mm than a light DAO pocket pistol. It's an interesting drill- and I'm laughing at myself for finally analyzing a drill for draw times and splits required to get the hits and pass the drill. 3 seconds for 3 hits. Reaction time+draw to first hit - if that takes less than 2 seconds, then the second and third shots can take up to .5 second each and still get the pass. If it's 1.5 to the first shot, the next two will seem like they can be shot slow and still make it.
I'll have to dry practice some timed drills and try it again.