This practice session format was the same as it was for the previous session; same target style, same distances, same number of rounds, all fired double action, only this time with a centerfire revolver having decidedly better grips (aka stocks) to fill my hand. Have I mentioned before that I really like this handgun?
ABOVE: This cylinder full (and both that followed at 21-feet) contained my preferred .38 Special practice load, the standard pressure American Eagle 130-grain full metal jacket ball.
SESSION SUMMARY NOTES:
I am trying to squeeze the trigger as soon as I reacquire the front sight on the target. Maybe it is too soon for me to be trying to work up to rapid-fire. I also noticed that my grip was shifting a bit after the first three rounds and I wasn't stopping to readjust.
I need more practice.
Practice is fun.
It is fantastic to have an indoor shooting range 8-minutes from my front door.
Life can be good.
the indoor shooting range that I frequent. Yeah, it is surprising that they let a lowlife like me into such a classy joint.