Saturday, July 02, 2016
Eidolon holster I'll be writing up soon.)
GPS mag caddy is handier than a pocket on a shirt.
The left-hand target with the Glock 17 (with vastly better aftermarket sights and trigger) was done in an attempt to continue to develop a "rolling cadence" with the trigger, to further shed myself of the awful habit of pinning the trigger and trying to "ride the reset". I basically tried to keep the trigger in motion constantly, letting it reset in recoil and prepping it as the sights settled, breaking the shot as soon as I had a decent sight picture. About the pace I'd use on the 3x5 card in a FAST. I'm getting better, but still dropped too many shots outside the circle.
Both Glocks went through the complete cycle of operation each time.
For the Glock 32: This makes it 1430 total rounds fired since the firearm was last cleaned or lubricated, with four failures to go completely into battery (#63, #78, #126, #748), four failures to feed (#221, #224, #282, #734), and one failure to eject (#1,033). 570 rounds left to go.