I went shooting today at the range and I did something unusual. Sometimes I'll shoot both my Sigma 9mm and my Sig P250c 40sw. In past trips to the range with both guns my 9mm always shot tighter groups than the 40sw. Not today, I did so well with my 40sw that I wished I brought my camera.
I had groups in the heart, throat and head areas (where I aimed) with only a few flyers but still in the secondary green. This has to be the best day for the 40sw and I think I can do it again.
I've been practicing with dry firing and different holds and I found a good hold by shifting my left hand a little to the right (wrapped around my right hand). The gun was real steady this way and now I'll remember it. Took me long enough to get it right.
As to ammo, it's mostly UMC HPs which I shot today.