I am not the best shot, I am better than average but still need to work on it. I got to get out and shoot my pistol this past weekend and really realized what I need to work on. I consistently shoot to the left. After slowing down and really focusing on my grip, sights and trigger pull I realized that when I try to speed up I tend to put to much finger on the trigger, causing me to push my pistol to the left more when shooting. My pistol is a M&P 9 4.25". I recently got a new belt set up and was running some reloading drills with a shot timer app. The app is a great alternative until I manage to pick up a regular shot timer, but it adds some stress and it really helps you identify my flaws. Normally at the range I'll stand there and practice my draw but it's in a controlled setting, my shots were not bad. It wasn't until I added the stress of the shot timer that I stepped out of being in control and let the beep dictate when I would draw.
More dry fire practice, lots more. Followed with more lead going down range.
What are some things you try to work on when going to the range? What are some flaws that you have found you have that are trying to work on? What gear do you use when you go, just a holster, full plate carrier and battle belt set up?