When to Pull the Trigger
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When to Pull the Trigger

When to Pull the Trigger




      

When to Pull the Trigger


When to Pull the Trigger

When you take aim the muzzle of your gun will probably waver a bit, but just as the rear sight, front sight and bullseye are all in a line you must pull the trigger back evenly and not with a quick jerk.

To pull the trigger with even pressure you must use the first joint of your index, or trigger finger, alone, and you should so train it that your hand does not involuntarily contract, that is, close up of its own accord. After some practice you will be able to take aim with a fair degree of certainty and to make a pretty good target.

Collins, A. Frederick. Shooting, for Boys,. New York: Moffat, Yard and, 1917. Print.

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