Bad Gun Handling – Trigger Discipline

Good Trigger Discipline has to be one of the first things you teach any shooter. The only time your finger is on the trigger is when you are sighting down the weapon and ready to fire. That extra split second that it takes you to move your finger lets you confirm your target – which could save your drunk brother who shows up at 3AM and forgot his key – which is why he’s climbing in a window.

Trigger Discipline saves lives…

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