I fell off shooting weak-handed about a year ago when I had shoulder surgery, and just started doing it again about 2 weeks ago. Once I figured out that I couldn't squeeze my whole hand, the shots came back to centerline, and today it worked pretty well at 7 yards. Just wondering if anyone has tips for becoming more competent with the weak hand, as it still feels un-natural, even though I'm hitting acceptably. I was 70% in the blue on a B-3 target, with misses going right (Squeezing all fingers). I know I need to work dry-firing, but cues for wrist alignment, elbow location, and stuff like that escape me. "Practice makes perfect" should read 'Proper practice makes perfect", and that's why I'm axing. Never had no schooling in weak-hand, but I'm sure that some of you have. Your $.02 is worth millions.