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49 rounds, 15 yards
 

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Good Shooting; DA, SA or both?

Good shooting. But I would lilke to know more. What was your grip and stance? Time between shots? Were they all DA or SA or a combination?

My BT380 is the first DA/SA pistol I have owned. When I practice I use the DA pull for about half the practice shots. Because I carry the BT380 with a chambered round and decocked, this will most likely be the first shot I take in an emergency. What I have found is that I am not as accurate with DA as SA. Even when I use a slow squeeze for DA, my groupings are still wider than with rapid SA. I know all that stuff about finger pull deflection, but with slow squeeze, there should not be the deflection in DA, should there? After all, DA slow squeeze moves the hammer back into a similar configureation as SA. Why should there still be deflection?
I am just am amatuer who is learning about my own weaknesses and strengths in pistol shooting from the way others shoot. I welcome any advice.
 

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Modified isoceles stance. I grip supporting hand over shooting hand, supporting thumb against the frame below the slide. I do not use the front of the trigger gaurd.

First shot double action with following shots single action, because that's the way I would carry

My range has a 1 shot per second rule and I try to adhere to that.
 

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Modified isoceles stance. I grip supporting hand over shooting hand, supporting thumb against the frame below the slide. I do not use the front of the trigger gaurd.

First shot double action with following shots single action, because that's the way I would carry

My range has a 1 shot per second rule and I try to adhere to that.
 

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