Finally got down to the range for a bit of trigger time this weekend.
Now I have been working on fixing my pistol skills. . . I have a bad habit of shooting low and left with a pistol. . . .
How do you fix that? Well for me it has been dry fire practice. I have a laser bore site I put in the gun, then aim at a safe backstop and start my trigger practice. At first it was very depressing as I could see the laser bounce all over as I fired. But this is good, if you don't know what you are doing wrong, how do you fix it right??
So after a few weeks of dry fire practice when I could I finally got to the range yesterday before the rain. Got a lot of 1911 practice, and some M&P and I have to say things looked better. I still have a lot of work to do, but at lease things are moving in the right direction. I also notice that I push the barrel down when I tried a few shots. . . more to work on. . .
So, back to the dry fire practice until the next trip. And the best part? I can improve my skills without spending a dime on ammo or having to clean the guns again. = )