Tired – about three hours sleep the night before. Jacket still about as useful as a chocolate teapot. Did an hour of dryfiring with position breaks and firing point changes to practice the setup for the shot. Then fired ten pellets.
Not horrible. Sights are out, but that’s okay, they were set for the electronic targets, not the paper ones (they’re at different heights in WTSC at the moment). Side-to-side wobble’s not great, but acceptable given the obstacles. The high flier is not so acceptable – and it was down to the thing I’ve been trying to address, which is convincing my brain to continue to focus on the process, not the outcome, when live-firing. And which I am not making a huge amount of progress on 🙁