In the meantime, I've been practicing with the SCATT system and really making some changes to my standing position for improvement:
- I have taken to keeping my trigger-arm elbow to my side instead of winged out, which makes for a tighter and more stable position.
- I've also set my front sight to it's narrowest iris, allowing for very little white around the bull, and that has really tightened my hold as well.
- I've moved my grip much lower on the grip handle, which allows me grip a little tighter and really isolate the trigger finger's movement.
- Lastly, I've really focused on making my approach to the bull more efficient and quicker, trying to get the shot off in 3-6 seconds once the rifle is "on target".
The results have been scatt averages of 95+, which is great for me. I think also getting away from the matches for a while has also changed my perspective a little bit...got my mind off the game and more focused on enjoying the process.