Lately I have been having problems of "throwing" rounds when I went to the range. I would have a decent group (for me) and then some fliers. Normally I shoot between 30 and 40 feet. Lighting is much better past that as it is an inside range. The other night I was dry firing and I found myself "breaking" my right wrist (dominant hand). For some reason, when I was snapping the trigger my right wrist would slightly turn. I think the reasoning is I was holding on too tight with my dominant hand and not enough with the supporting hand. Well today I hit the range and shot about 100 rounds @30-35 & 40 feet progressively and the shots are starting to come back. Problem is I have to concentrate a lot more as I must have been taking it for granted before and not paying attention. I can take a nap and forget everything. But all in all it was a good day. Talk about hot: that range maybe inside but not A/C and the sweat was rolling. Better than not shooting at all though.