I've probably been to the range a total of 10-15 times. I've seen many videos on shooting on YouTube from people like Todd Jarret. I've also overheard and imitated what I've heard from instructors at the range. However, I've never had any real one-on-one instruction other than when I first started and the range employee showed me the basics. Using what I've learned from research and videos, I am now able to shoot 6-10s on the NRA 25 yd. Bullseye at 17-25 yards. I've really focused on my grip, trigger finger, arms/elbows, and stance. Is there anything else I should work on when it comes to being a more accurate shooter? I feel like I've hit a bit of an imrpovement plateau. One thing I don't have much training on is sights. What I usually do is use my left eye to align my target with the center of the 3 dots on my P226's "contrast sights" and then fire. I enjoy shooting every time, but I also like to always be improving.