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Old 01-28-2013, 11:29 AM
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Originally Posted by echopapa View Post
I'm still a relatively new shooter (Lifetime round count probably around 1K - started 3 months ago). I've been consistently shooting left, slightly down. Looking at some of the forum threads, it suggests i'm shooting w/ too little trigger finger - not sure what that means. I can get a 2" group at about 15 yards. This has been happening on my SR22, P229 and 1911 9mm. Been shooting with 115 GR Federal Bulk. Any suggestions?

Anyone recommend good training courses in the Sac area? I'd like to improve my accuracy.


Thanks guys!!
"too little finger" means the tip of your finger is on the trigger and that tends to push it left and usually down. "too much finger" would be your finger hits the trigger closer to the last joint. Try getting the center of the pad of your finger on the trigger.
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