Several of the mini-stages from Sunday's practice and the rationale behind them. Two of the themes were mixing together fast & tight shots and wide transitions. Dry-fire transition work is definitely paying off, but gotta get faster tearing through the close targets.
1. Table start to a partial followed by wide transitions to open targets. The open target was visible while advancing to the port, then settle down and shoot the six-chicken at 15 yards.
2. Oddball start onto close partials followed by three widely spaced targets (open, A-zone steel, open) through a port. Run to the other shooting area, hammer the close target, then transition to the six-chicken at ~17 yards.
3. A bunch of close-range targets and movement to start, then shoot the six-chicken coming into the last position, pop the A-zone steel at ~17 yards, and transition hard onto the close, open target to finish.
4. Burn through a mix of close open & partial targets, take the partial through the low port, work the wide transitions through the port, then flip & catch.