One of the biggest mistakes made in shooting is an improper trigger pull. Once you aim, how you pull the trigger will determine whether or not you hit your mark. The whole idea is to pull your trigger without causing any change in your sight alignment.
So, how does one pull the trigger without moving the sight alignment? The correct answer is “very slowly.” Any sudden movement in your trigger will cause the muzzle of the barrel to tip down ever so slightly. This slight movement will cause you to break your sight alignment and miss your bullseye.
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