Marksmanship

Right Handed Correction Guide

Right Handed Correction Guide

Left Handed Correction Guide

Left Handed Correction Guide

Something useful to tuck into the range bag, courtesy of the US Army Marksmanship Unit.
Get the PDF HERE.

Also, be sure to check out the Pistol Marksmanship Training Guide published by the Army Marksmanship Unit at Fort Benning, Georgia. It is an excellent source of information.
Get the PDF HERE.

Still breaking in the Kel-Tec PF-9

Put another 100 rounds through the PF-9 (for a total of 230). This was the first time shooting it with the Hogue Handall Jr grip sleeve. I’m still having a few issues with trigger discipline, which is causing my shots to veer to the left. I think it’s a combination of gripping the pistol too tightly, slapping the trigger a bit, and holding the pistol too high on the grips. Something to work on, a goal to achieve I suppose.

Here is one target. There are just a little over 50 rounds through this target (52 I think). The distance to the target was 7 yards, and the diameter of the outermost ring on the target is 12 inches.

52 rounds at 7 yards

52 rounds at 7 yards

I have also ordered another holster, just to see which I prefer. The Pocket Pal from Concealment Concepts seems to fit the PF-9 better than my Desantis Nemesis (after some modifications), and has the added benefit of an extra magazine slot.  I wish that both of them were closed on the bottom rather than open, though.  I may attempt to make my own pocket holster based on this design by JF Ridgeway.