I had the chance to hop into a last minute Close Quarters Pistol and Hemostatic Control / Trauma course the other day and took it. No practice sessions have been conducted since the last update and this class.
The pistol portion of the class focused on close and retention shooting techniques, draws and working from seated positions, culminating in working from a vehicle.
AAR will be forth coming at some point, once I finish the previous AAR’s from other recent classes. After the Sage Dynamics pistol class coming this weekend, I’ll have a breather on the shooting side to get some of the AAR’s written.
I hit the range this evening and got a few quick drills in.
Started with a B-8 hit from 25y, concealed, AIWB, and got a 90 in 18.1, cold. I’ll take that any day. If you look at the target you can see my anticipation issue was slowing creeping back in during the string. The first 2 hits were definitely the ones in the 10 ring if I know anything at all about calling my shots.
I followed up with a 1″ dot on the Snipers Hide dot precision rifle target using Ron Avery’s dot drill methodology for 3 rounds per dot on each line focusing on the prescribed shooting fundamental.
I then hit concealed and open draws for approximately 15 reps onto A zone steel @ 10-12y. A concealed rep is shown below.
I went back and worked the dots dry fire for a few minutes and then fired a final 5 round group.