3x5 Speed Push drill that was this past weeks DotW over on pistol-forum.com. I wasn't able to run the drill from a holster because of range restrictions, but had a fastest time of 2.04 seconds on the first string. My average time on the 2nd string was 2.01 and I dropped 5 rounds. I had a couple runs that I just completely screwed up and went way slow (2.72 and 2.25) that killed my average time and cost me some hits. This drill is incredibly user adaptable to improve speed on any target size at any distance regardless of shooter skill level. For example, if I wanted to work on getting -0 hits on an IDPA target faster I could just as easily do this drill using an 8" circle instead of a 3"x5" index card. I am adding it to my regular rotation because my speed while maintaining good hits is certainly something I need work on.I followed that with a run at the
Finished everything up by turning in my worst 1" dot drill score ever, a 10/24. I guess I had reached my fatigue threshold or something, it just wasn't coming together for me.
I will probably work the dry-fire pretty hard getting ready for my first steel challenge match on December 10th and might be able to squeeze in one more range trip before the match. I guess we will see just how bad my target transitions are at the match. Anyone know a good dry-fire drill for working target transitions? Need to pick up a couple more magazines before then too.