Proper Trigger Pull

trigger pull

Proper trigger pull is one of the foundational skills you have to master if you want to be accurate. If you don't get it down, you will jerk the trigger and constantly miss.

We found a great video talks about how to get a good trigger pull down properly. I especially like the demo he does.

Another topic he talks about is dry fire and the importance of it. Dry fire will make you better and save you training time and money. Check out these cards to get you started.

Check out the video and let us know what you think in the comments.

Comments

  1. What an outstanding video! Great instructor, and please keep stuff like this coming!

    As an aside, what watch exactly is that the instructor is wearing? It rocks!

  2. Great video! This is just what I needed, because I keep shooting low. I didn’t realize the placement of my finger on the trigger meant so much. Next time I go to the shooting range I will practise this.
    Thank you.

  3. Thanks,I was pulling down to the right.I knew finger placement was important just rrealize I was doing just that until I started dry fireing a lot of times

  4. Don Higgins says:

    Looks like this “INSTRUCTOR” is carrying his pistol loose in his pocket. If I was the student I would turn around and walk off the range.

  5. Craig Bosley says:

    Great video. When you say 1/3 out from the “first knuckle” are you referring to the DIP joint?

  6. Is too much dry firing bad for the firing pin Great video very informative

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