Marius Opøien

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Assuming your handgun is properly zeroed, sight alignment issues will show up quickly on target—as in these examples. At far left, proper sight alignment: Top of the front sight even with the top of the rear sight, front post centered in the rear notch.

How to cure common shooting mistakes Groups scattered? It may be that you lack front-sight focus. The front sight must be the sharpest object in the sight picture for consistent, accurate shooting

where your grouping is on target tells you if you are pulling with proper part of trigger finger

Right to left enough finger on the trigger" you will shoot "to the left" of the target. "too much finger" will cause you to shoot to the "right of the target". "perfect trigger finger" will cause you to " pull straight back" and shoot dead center!

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