Originally Posted by glockman99
The problem with lasers on handguns is that they show your "shake", and make you jerk the trigger before you are totally "on-target".
That shake is already there, the laser is just showing it to you. As a training tool, the laser can give you instant feedback on what you are doing. Dry fire practice will show if you are slapping the trigger and can help you steady your aim. The trigger control you learn will transmit to better shooting when just using iron sights.