After years of participating in USPSA matches I’ve finally decided to get off my ass and work at improving my shooting skills begin the long march to A class.
I am working through the dry fire drills in lord high master Ben’s book. Having a timer and a specific series of drills to work on seems to be making a difference.
As a recovering geardo, I try to refrain from buying new stuff – powder and other loading components are higher priority.
But, my dry fire made me realize that my holster was slowing me down. It was a custom made holster set up for a Glock with a SJC frame weight. I got a new one from Redeye Tactical and wow what a difference. It made a measurable difference in my draw times.
The dry fire also identified problems with my mag pouches. Replacements are on the way.
Stay tuned for updates.
Every long march begins with a single dry fire drill.