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I don't know what follow through is in shooting. But I know shot alignment is squeezing the trigger as your point of aim is dead eye. And having the squeeze be on target. Not flinching with nervous reaction to the resulting recoil, large flame and, sound. Associated with the squeeze to hammer release. That is why so many take for granted the dry firing scenerio. Where new shooters dry fire the weapon to get unafraid of the pull on alignment. It is something we older 1911 shooters take for granted. Yet still have to adjust for after a long layoff(10 days or more). It will shock you after not shooting it for awhile. The wonderful .45ACP in semi auto 1911 fashion.
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