This is a discussion on Suggestions for accuracy within the Defensive Carry & Tactical Training forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Mods if I posted this in the wrong place sorry and please move I just wasn't sure. So I have an XD9mm and a Walther ...
Mods if I posted this in the wrong place sorry and please move I just wasn't sure.
So I have an XD9mm and a Walther PPS 9mm. I can shoot a tight group with the XD but I am sorely missing on the Walther. I am dropping low and left.
Any drills, or suggestions. The PPS is my carry and it truly worries me that I am so much less accurate than with my XD.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Try some ball and dummy drills...randomly mix some dummy rounds in with the live rounds in your magazines and then shoot. When you get to a dummy, you'll find out if you're jerking the trigger.
Also, dot drills at close range. Set a target with 1" dots at about 10 feet. The goal is to keep all the rounds on the dot. (you can combine these two...do the ball-n-dummy drills on the 1" dots).
Focus on the front sight and concentrate on pressing the trigger straight back.
I like these drills for when I notice that my trigger control is getting a little sloppy.
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