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Trigger finger placement Selecting the Handgun to fit your hand will have a direct impact on how well you will shoot the gun. Just like shoes you buy a pair to fit your feet for the way you will use the shoe.
Place the handgun in your strong hand and align it as a natural extension of your arm.
The trigger finger should be able to be placed on the trigger midway between the end of the finger and the first joint. The goal is to pull the trigger straight back into your grip hand. See Fig A below
Figure B usually results when the handgun trigger distance is too short, and the shooter will place the trigger finger too far across the trigger creating a pull off center to the right to the right.
&ŝŐƵƌĞ Đ an result when the trigger distance is to long and the trigger can only be reached by the tip of the finger causing the handgun to be pulled to the left.
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