Originally Posted by PanBaccha
Good point. What I do in cases like that is exhale completely, hold, then lightly squeeze trigger. Works everytime.
That is kinda what I was thinking about...my technique. I tend to inhale and exhale half way...then squeeze the trigger. I hold the trigger in the first crease of my finger from the tip....when you say more or less trigger finger, what are specifically referring to?
There is no doubt that I tend to move the muzzle to the left....all my groups on a fixed site gun are bullseye to 3 rings to the left between 10-20 yards...even on a bench, my groups wander to the left.
I have tried different grips and I do practic a lot with a .22 ...I have a ruger single six which doesn't have the best of trigger and I shoot larger groups...but my ruger MkII is my most accurate hand gun I own with the best trigger of the lot.
I own a few striker fire guns...glock 35, XDm 5.25 and M&P pro series so I will practice a bunch dry firing. Interestingly, while I have not shot those guns much yet, the M&P does the best so far and as you might expect, I can dry fire it without twitching the front sight. The other two tend to move as I dry fire ever so slightly...thinking about a trigger job on the glock as I like it very much but M&P shoots better for me.
Also, I tend to like variety so I will begin to narrow the variation in the guns I shoot and see what happens...all good stuff...just what I was looking for!