dry fire your ruger, in double action. will greatly increase your grip strength and trigger finger control. take careful note as you are dryfiring how much the front sight moves. your goal is to have no movement at all during the trigger pull all the way until after the hammer drops.
spending the last week dryfiring my sig 229 has done wonders for how well i shoot with my kimber. i no longer pull my shots to the low left! nor do i heel them to the right! i rule!
you may also wish to rethink your shooting stance. if i try to use a weaver, i'm all over the place. i have to use isocoles if i want accuracy.
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