Alright, figured doing one of these can't make me any worse, so why not...
A little background; the homie SlivGod conned me into shooting USPSA in early 2015. He's a terrible influence, so I ended up buying a SP-01 Shadow and a slew of mags and decided to keep shooting 9mm because 40sw is whack. I shot a few locals that summer and got sufficiently hooked. Got my membership and shot my first major in April of 16 (Battle in the Bluegrass) and later that year got my first classification - B. In 2017 I shot a couple more majors and eventually made A class. So far in 2018 I've managed to become somewhat of a big deal as the number one A class production shooter IN THE WORLD, sitting at 84.9572% - Probably my most crowning achievement in my shooting career, it's nice to finally be number one at something.
I'm here for an additional form of accountability, this will be another reason for me to get more video of myself, and a place to think out loud. I care about this dumb game enough to make a thread like this, so obviously I already hate myself enough as is, but some outside insight might help point out things I might otherwise miss. With any luck, my follies might be of use to someone else if they're dumb enough to look to me for help.
I'd also like to honestly admit that until this point, my practice has been pretty lacking and almost entirely undocumented. My successes up to this point are mostly luck, as I feel that I am quite inconsistent. I feel that's the biggest problem with my game, and one that I am trying to work on. "You're only as good as your worst run" makes me think I'm a scrub.
As SlivGod points out, I've got a pretty annoying practice to performance ratio that pisses guys like him (that actually put in effort) off. I'm here to put in the work and see where it takes me.
More to follow.