I know it's not possible for a full critique from some target photos. But I thought I would look to some folks with more experience than me. I've been reading some of the posts on Warrior Talk, and intend to read more. Very good info. It actually lines up with where I am at with my range practice. I would rather try to simulate a real defensive shoot than just punch big ragged holes in paper. All my shots are on the body, so I'm pretty happy.
The set up. I am shooting a G19. Target was Cramerton Police target, CBBT-06. Full size BG target. Target was at 3 yrds today, and set up to be about 6' tall. Shooting at an indoor range with designated lanes, so no moving. I took the first 10-15 shots by drawing slowly and getting my pistol aligned in front with a 2 hand grip. Then I shot about 50 rds in 5 shot drills. I would draw from concealment, take 2 shots low just out of the holster, then transition to 3 shots taken semi sighted. This drill is done as fast as I can shoot, and it's much faster than I ever thought I would get to be. Forgive my lack of jargon for the descriptions. So far all my shots are taken 2 handed.
I am getting more serious about taking a pistol class. So far my only training has come from boards like this, online videos, and my CCP class.
Playing around with the Keltec P3at. 3yrds. Not drawing, just raising the gun and firing. Mostly starting low, and finishing with some higher shots. All point shot, not aimed. The sights are worthless anyway.
Something I noticed today. I had read an article on WT about turning the situation from reactive to proactive in your shooting. With that in mind I would take the first 2 shots feeling like I was reacting to the threat, then I would step into the shot and finish with 3 COM. Not only did it make a mental difference. It made a physiological difference, I have never had my heartrate come up while target shooting. But just the act of increasing the mental aggression kicked up my heart rate. It also seemed to increase my accuracy. Interesting. Another thing that seemed to increase my accuracy was getting a "hard focus" on the point where the jacket comes together. That was my POA.
Critique away. Thanks.