I just got back from a trip to the range and I still have a lot of practicing to do, but it went well. I rented a Glock 30 and I was more accurate with it than my Sig P220. I believe it is because it was an unfamiliar gun and I didnít anticipate the trigger break. At seven yards I made a nice neat hole in the ten ring with 50 rounds. I believe I will be purchasing the 30sf for my CCW soon. I then proceeded to fire my P220 and I noticed that I was not as accurate even though I know my Sig is more accurate than I am. I noticed after a while that I was anticipating the gun firing and jerked quite a bit. How can I fix this? Is this just a practice thing? I tried some rapid fire drills at 10 yards where I fired the gun as fast as I could control it (about 3 a second) for 9 rounds and a 8 round quick reload and managed to keep all but few in the 9-ring.
I met a guy at the range who was renting a gun to try out so that he could purchase his first gun and I chatted with him a bit and he said that he was planning to get his CHL later. I also directed him to this site so that he can be better prepared when he goes to take his class. I hope that he goes to the range a lot before the class though. He was missing the target entirely a lot of the time and hit the metal bracket that holds the target a few times. I was a little afraid of being hit by a ricochet.
I am starting to ramble and am going to stop before I write a novel.