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Dryfire and a good live fire session. I find Ben Stoeger's Dryfire and Live Fire training method working out really well, a good live fire session doesn't involve a thousand rounds, it's not the round count but the quality of what you are attempting to work on. Invest in training, you could do a class  or try something online like Practical Shooting Training Group, which gives you analysis and advice from Ben Stoeger and Hwansik Kim. Also, avoid doing match day practice (you try a new concept on a stage that you picked up on YouTube.)
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