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Posted 11-25-2010 at 17:01 by ADK_40GLKr

Supposedly low and left is "too much trigger finger" for a rightie.

What does that mean, exactly?

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    That would be someone's theory on why you're shooting low and left. The idea is that with the 'wrong' placement of your finger on the trigger, it's causing you to pull your shots down and left. Not really the case.

    Can you dry fire the gun (you DO dry fire...right?) without moving the sights off target? If you can, you need only to pull the trigger the same way when you are firing live ammo. Easily said.....

    Check out my blog for more info, there are eight different posts....check them all starting with the trigger control post.
    Posted 01-01-2011 at 23:36 by Butch Butch is offline

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