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|09-02-2007, 09:35 AM||#41|
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can you explain "thumbing" and "jerking"?
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|09-02-2007, 09:44 AM||#42|
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Jerking is abruptly yanking the trigger finger, as opposed to a smooth steady squeeze.
It is hard for some people to get a good squeeze on a double action trigger; too long of a pull.
The way you use the pistol diagram is to diagnose a problem with your shooting. If you are all over the place it won't help.
If, on the other hand, you have a consistent good grouping that is out of the bull, and you know your sights are dead on, then you can start looking at what the cause is and correct.
I had not shot pistols in better than 10 years, and when I started back shooting I would make a nice, ragged hole, about 2" to the left of where I aimed. Didn't matter which or what type pistol, always in the same spot. I slid my index finger a little more over the trigger and it went back to center.
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Last edited by texlurch; 09-02-2007 at 09:48 AM.