I think my dry-firing practice has paid off a little. Although I was using different ammo today as well (S&B Brass 115 GR instead of WWB), so I suppose it's not a true comparison. Everything else is the same. Same targets and still shooting from 7 yards, and still left-handed. Here are the results:
My first target of the day. I seem to have fixed my elevation problem, but am still hitting to the right. You can see the one shot where I flinched and/or jerked the trigger:
Second target. I reverted to my old ways, but then managed to get control and zero it in for a couple shots. At least it's all in the black, right?
Probably my best one of the day in terms of accuracy and grouping:
Can anybody "read" these targets and give me some more advice? I'm sure I just need to keep up my trigger control exercises.
Still loving the gun. No malfunctions yet. Except I did experience for the first time, the slide going forward upon inserting a full magazine. I must have slammed it home too hard. Before that point I had only been firing 5 shots at a time.