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Put another way, follow through is trying to have the same sight picture after the shot is fired that you had before the shot was fired and hold it for a second or two.

Examples of bad form would be premature lowering of the pistol to see where you hit or immediately relaxing, as if finished, after breaking the shot.

If you really want to teach, I strongly encourage you to seek out an NRA training counselor and get certified to instruct.

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