2019 Shooting in Review

The beginning of the year started off slowly with work and buying a new house taking over my time. We closed on the house in April and I left my job in June freeing time to get back to practicing. While my classification didn’t improve from A in Open (80.5% which should be posted on 11/13/19), I feel I improved in a number of areas that are starting to pay off. My accuracy is up as well as my confidence on partial and moving targets.

I shot 20 local matches, 5 Level 2 matches, and Nationals.

  1. Inland Empire Sectional in May
  2. Area 1 in June
  3. Oregon State in August
  4. Washington State in September
  5. Nationals in September
  6. Area 2 in November
I shot a little under 20,000 rounds during the year
70 % of my shooting was in Practice

As I look back on the year, my practice wasn’t as efficient as it could be. One of the changes for next year will be to change my practice and make it more deliberate. In the next few weeks, I’ll be setting my goals for the next year and the deliberate practice will help me achieve those goals.

Author: Jim Boone

Jim is the resident photographer and web dude. He enjoys driving, practical shooting, and the occasional shotgun game. He is classified as A in USPSA Open and is working hard to be a real A class shooter.