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I saw a target divided up into pie slices, with wording in each section that told you what to correct if your shots were landing in that particular section. Does anyone have a copy of that they could post?



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czydj said:
I saw a target divided up into pie slices, with wording in each section that told you what to correct if your shots were landing in that particular section. Does anyone have a copy of that they could post?



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This is all I got,hope it helps :wink:
 

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Thank you! Exactly what I was looking for. Now, can someone tell me what "too little trigger finger" means? Come to think of it, what part of your trigger finger should be doing the trigger squeezing? Is it different for everyone?
 

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czydj said:
Thank you! Exactly what I was looking for. Now, can someone tell me what "too little trigger finger" means? Come to think of it, what part of your trigger finger should be doing the trigger squeezing? Is it different for everyone?


The EXACT position of the trigger finger depends on the shape of the trigger, the type of trigger (ex, straight pull 1911 vs, the hinged trigger of most other guns), size of your hands, etc.



But in general, you pull the trigger with the pad of your index finger, usually near the center of the pad.
 

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To little and to much finger is here you have your finger on trigger"tip being little,much is first joint" Midway is the sweet spot but everyone is different. Dry fire alot. Make sure

the front sight dont move as you roll the trigger straight back
 
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