Today's class was one I've been needing, and one of the best I've taken. We shot dots. Lots and LOTS of dots! Big dots, little dots ... ok ...mostly little dots, and then a little bit of steel, just for variety. We focused on examining all the little details that can affect our accuracy, from stance to follow through. What made today different was actually testing things like increasing or decreasing our grip strength or finger position slightly to see how that changes our groups. Sometimes you learn that you're gripping too tightly (I am) or that you need more or less finger on the trigger. It was all about understanding what makes YOU hit better. Ryan gave us a good workout with a great mix of drills and exercises, critiquing every move. After 500 rounds down range, I could see an improvement in everyone's groups (except Ryan's). Most of the group were repeat students, with one new guy. I've trained with several of them over the last 6 months, and it's really great to see some go from beginners to some very sharp shooters. Thanks again to Ryan, Bush, and my classmates. Great day, Guys!