I got a chance to shake some of the rust off tonight with a quick range session.
Total round count: 215 rounds
- 10 rds FS @ 25 B8(RC) - 93, 85, 84 (and then 3 more iterations of this drill that disgusted me enough that I didn't score them)
- FAST - 7.56, 6.8, 6.84
- Bill Drill - 4.4, 3.91, 3.88, 3.83
So for some reason I started out strong on my 25 yard shots and then increasingly fell apart. I started pulling my shots left and just generally couldn't keep things as tight as I wanted. I've got a Northern Red class coming up so I better work on tuning the 25 yard performance.
The FAST drills and Bill Drills were the complete opposite. I started off shooting a normal score for myself and then proceeded to rip out some personal bests. A slightly more aggressive stance and grip certainly helped lower the bill drill times and some draw stroke practice on the 3x5 after my first FAST run certainly paid off as well. The key will be to see how consistently I can maintain this performance going forward and whether or not it can be done cold.
I'm going to focus the next several days worth of dry fire practice on my draw stroke and reloads from concealment, as well as some wall drills and slow (dry) fire on a .5" dot to see if I can eradicate whatever trigger issues are messing with my 25 yard score.