Steelshooter said:Dry fire on the range in between live fire shots if you are getting low lefts to bring yourself back to good slight alignment, trigger control and breathing.
DSHIDS said:Cure: Always learn to point shoot first. Don't worry about your sights yet. Practice point and squeeze before you go into target shooting. In a SD environment, you'll probably not even use your sights anyway.
ToddG said:I personally think that using your sights is a critically important part of learning to be a good shooter
DSHIDS said:I just think that point and squeeze shooting should be your foundation building block form until you have pretty much eliminated your trigger slapping habit. Only then will you be a good target shooter with your sights.