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Agree with dsk. I used to have a habit of firing, then immediately releasing the trigger to the point where my finger would lose contact with it. The result was terrible trigger slap and worse shot placement when I tried too hard to hurry the second shot. When I learned about holding the trigger back until the sight was back on target, I was amazed (I'm easily amazed, but that's beside the point
) at how much quicker I could get the gun back on target in the same spot it was before the shot.

So anyway, learning to follow through in this way was one of the big learning steps for me that really made a noticeable improvement in my shooting.
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