Alas, these were skills her father had taught her, and she had learned them well. To attempt to change those habits was a slap at the old man. So, we worked with what we had. Today her goal was to simply shoot the gun, not to challenge Jerry Miculek.
Her safety conciousness was excellent. She never let the muzzle wander, and manipulated the revolver through loading and extraction with expert skill. Her groups were hitting in the two inch range.
I did not teach much, nor did I try to change anything about her technique. This was more of a fun shoot, and a chance to connect with her father again, shooting as they did together so many years ago. That is OK with me.
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