First, the bad news. The speed demon had me it it’s claws again, and I blew the Dot Torture Drill.
Dot Torture Drill (3 yards): 40 out of 50
But despite going backwards, I was able to narrow my focus more on maintaining a good front sight picture and accuracy, which resulted in better El Presidente times.
|Run||P07 1||P07 2||CZ75 1||CZ75 2||CZ75 3||Sccy 1||Sccy 2|
|Target One||A B C D||2A D M||3A C||3C M||4A||2A D M||3A C|
|Target Two||4A||3C M||2D A C||2A 2C||3A C D||A B D M||3A B|
|Target Three||A 2C M||3A D||2C 2D||2C 2D||4A||A C D M||2A B C|
2 runs with P07, 3 runs with the CZ75, and 2 with my current carry gun, a Sccy CPX-1 (more on that gun later).
Run #2 was done for speed, run #3 for accuracy. Overall, my scores are MUCH improved from my last practice, so I have reason to be hopeful.
And I wanted to shoot my carry gun. It doesn’t do me much good to be a whiz with a megasuperdeluxeautoblaster competition gun and then fall to pieces when I need my pistol the most. My setup was my CPX-1 in an IWB holster concealed by a t-shirt and a spare mag in my offhand jeans pocket. The first run was for speed, the second for accuracy, and I’m pretty pleased with the results.
The Sccy has been a bit of a problem child for me: It’s gone back to the factory three times, and each time they’ve sent a new gun back to me along with two extra mags. Great service, but I prefer guns that have good warranties but never need them, and that’s why I got the P07.