Weekend report: Struggling to get my chrono to work indoors but I think I have a solution, needless to say load development has been un-productive. Still working draws and reloads in dry fire.
-Draw to dot on a scaled 7yd head box, no trigger pull with a decreasing par time, no trigger pull. Working that down I ended at .6, but was probably about 50% at that point.
-Reload from a sight picture at the start beep, I can’t seem to work that down below 1s. Even at 1s I’m very inconsistent. I think I need to put the timer down for this one, I keep grabbing the hag pouch or try to bring the mag up to the gun before it’s out of the pouch.
Balancing staying relaxed and still moving a heavy gun fast and gripping hard has been a challenge. I guess I’m starting to develop my own little pre-start routine of forcing my shoulders down and focusing on not tensing up.
Reloading is the thing that takes a ton of reps (over a lot of sessions) to get it right, you can't force a fast reload.
Try doing the component reloads before you do actual reloads. I find that helps me really nail them.