Good Job! One way you could practice more is dry firing. You can order snap caps, which are basically 'fake' bullets, they have a spring in them to absorb the firing pin strike, and ensures you won't damage your pin while dry firing. They're a cheap way to practice trigger control, stance, ect.
If you use snap caps, still treat it like its a loaded weapon and make sure no ammo is anywhere near the gun!
Jeez, looks like the lady on the target is holding a 12 ga revolver
she's one crazy looking bitch. my wife wanted to know why i'm always shooting at women at the range. I told her i had my choice between "angry home invader" and " bitchy wife". I chose the "bitchy wife".
she didn't really like that answer, but i chuckled a bit.
It's the new Taurus Judgement Day revolver in 12g.
Slow down. Try to make one ragged hole. Anything you teach your muscles now will be twice as hard to unlearn later.
I'm trying. I think part of it i'm always trying to cram everything into a 1/2 hour session. its a pretty busy place being the only public range in Northern NJ, but tonight i think i'm going to rent the lane for an hour.
A lot of the time i'm usually just there, load magazines, fire magazines...and repeat. Tonight will really be the first time that i'm going to sit and take my time in between shots and mag loads.
so i went back last night. it was quiet there which made for an awesome hour and a half. I ran 300 rounds through. taking my time was key. i have some trouble at the further distances but you'll see at 10 yards i'm doing alright. There was a P.O. there that gave me some helpful pointers which was really cool.
I'd say you are progressing nicely, but I would suggest that you not waste ammo just yet on anything past 10 yards. Pistols are close-quarters defensive tools. I would start at 7 or even 5 yards. Practice, practice, practice slow and close first until you can get all your shots in the "10 ring". Then you can work on getting faster and gradually move your target further away if you want.
Remember to press that trigger straight back slowly. The exact moment when the trigger breaks should be a surprise. Keep it up!