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It is always a good idea to go back to the basics and review our techniques, IMO. That's why pro golfers have swing coaches and baseball teams have batting coaches etc. Thanks for the article.
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Goog article. I dont know how many times i go to the range and see people "yanking" on their triggers. Needless to say, their targets are peppered with holes.
Good idea to work on basics but trigger finger placement can sometimes be weapon system dependent, and even shooter dependent. For my Semi-Autos, I find I shoot best with the pad of my index finger on the trigger while most of my revolvers seem to do better by putting the first crease (joint) of my index finger on the trigger.
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I agree about the weapon system dependent. For instance i was looking at the bodyguard at one point and when test firing it, i wanted to use the pad of my finger but the trigger pull was sooo heavy, i couldnt even pull the trigger... or you could look at it as i need to do more finger excercises.
everyones different avery gun is different. and in the grand scheme of things finger placement on the trigger means almost nothingc as long as you are pulling the trigger straight to the rear.
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Thanks for the post. Now I have to add another column to keep up with
Mass is a good writer. A crush grip and trigger finger location at the "power crease" is what I use nowadays. Wasn't always the case though.