trigger control

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trigger control...again

Learning proper trigger control is not so easy. You pull on the trigger and you pull on the gun.
I only shoot slow fire now days, and it is a lot different than plate shooting.
What I have found that works for me is just using pressure on the trigger.
Consecrate on the sights and increase the pressure a little at a time.
Keep increasing the pressure and BANG maybe before you expected it.
It works for me, but I have to keep reminding myself to do it this way.
May not help with long guns but sure works for me with the old model 44.
Give it a try. old to die young

Joined: 07/07/2013
took a trip

Went over the east side of the state to visit a good friend.
We ate well, some gun talk and some setting in the yard shooting.
We shot 45, 44, 38 and some 22 and a carbine.
It was a good visit!
The old motorhome ran good all the way over and back, then distributor went bad at home!
Is that luck?
ace old to die young