Measuring my baseline performance with the RIKA to compare against earlier performance levels.
Approach is okay, hold is okay,triggering is so-so but release is awful.
An evening spent bodging up a barrel weight, improving the approach to the target, and finally finding a solution to a hole in my mental game.
An evening spent building up endurance on the range, testing a new blinder and tweaking the trigger setup.
A good day's training interrupted by various hardware glitches, WTF and D'Oh moments.
Also, planning for next weekend's match in UCD
New blinder design following feedback from fellow ISSF judges, and more RIKA dry-firing.
....or a major improvement. I don't know yet, and probably won't know for a week or so. That's the nature of changing your rifle setup...
Tuesday was not a great day for my shooting.
Using a RIKA sensor to evaluate how my shooting is progressing...
ISSF's Youtube channel just became one of Youtubes top three channels worldwide. This proves a long-known point: Shooting, in terms of how many active participants there are in it, is one of the world's largest and most successful sports, bar none. It is also great news for those of us at the lower end of things or even those in other shooting sports, because this drives up visibility and that drives up public opinion and that dictates how laws get formed.