AM - one hour general dry fire practice (shooting on the move, target transitions, two hands, SHO, WHO, 5 to 25 yards, reloads, draws.) Shooting on the move at 20 yards looked terrible in the sights today. Maybe this is why people usually stand still when shooting/dry firing at 20 yards...
Mostly did a good job of seeing the sights. And again, tried to take extra care in the sight picture and trigger press given how the last few live fire sessions have gone.
Draws felt great today. Felt relaxed, moved relaxed, not hurrying or pushing, sights went where I wanted and pressed the trigger carefully.
Mid - 30 minutes dry fire. Worked two hand, SHO, WHO draws and trigger presses on a USPSA target (upper A and 1/2 lower A) at 25, 15, and 10 yards, plus a few slidelock reloads at 15 yards. Felt good and precise generally.