At this point, I just need to get out of my own way. At least as far as the 22/45 goes. If I only focus on sight alignment, my subconscious mind handles the rest. First 10 rounds on the above target scored a 95, with only one round in the 8 ring. Obviously, things start to get worse as the 50 round string continues. More than half of the shots outside the black were from the final two magazines.
As you can see below, I’m still struggling with the vertical on my string of 10 rounds at 25 yards with the G19. It’s better than it was, though. Gotta get it back to a 90 average.
It’s quite possible that the issue stems from the 147 grain Lawman I’m shooting. I’ve never shot a centered group with it, using a true 6 o’clock hold. The gun may just like 124’s better.