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Hey guys. Stopped by the range again tonight. I think it will be my Friday after work thing now. Decided to focus on just one area tonight. Except for a few magazines to the head. You always gotta put a few in the head right? Went through 100 rounds tonight and shot them all from 5ft. The first pic is the first 50 rounds and the second is 100.
 

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Great improvement, good job. Feels good doesn't it!
 

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I didn't do anything differently really. I just shot at one area the whole time instead of shooting at 5 different areas like previously. I think that threw some people off. I realized when most go shooting they focus on one area. When I shot last week and had the 5 different areas those were intentional. I was trying to hit those different areas. This time I just focused all my shooting on the one area <img src="http://www.taurusarmed.net/forums/images/smilies/gr_grin.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Cheesy" class="inlineimg" />
 

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I should say. I say I didn't do anything differently but I spent the week practicing my grip and dry fire. I appreciate everyone's encouragement. I feel pretty confident in my ability to protect myself and family should I need to.
 

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I should say. I say I didn't do anything differently but I spent the week practicing my grip and dry fire. I appreciate everyone's encouragement. I feel pretty confident in my ability to protect myself and family should I need to.
Dryfire and dumb show practice is important. You're building muscle memory and you need reps to do that. LOTS of reps.

Just focus on doing it RIGHT every time if you want to develop good habits and build consistency. As soon as you start mailing it in or getting sloppy just go ahead and stop because you are doing more harm than good at that point.
 
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Excellent progress!! Keep up the good work!! Your practice has paid off, so keep it up. Slowly increase the distance to the target when you are comfortable with your shooting at the current range. The goal is to shoot like that at 7 and 10 yards everytime. Keep plugging and you will get there!
 
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