Originally Posted by capto56
I imagine I already do. I will do some dry firing tonight when I get home to check. I guess I never really thought about it.
I also read somewhere that the position of your trigger finger on the trigger affects your smoothness of the pull. I think that could be my problem
Just to be clear, this is not the same as what I suggested. Dry firing at home is an excellent way to practice your trigger pull, but you won't be able to catch yourself flinching until you're actually shooting live rounds with one empty chamber.
However, when you do dry fire at home try placing coin on the top of the barrel. Practice your full trigger pull this way without moving the coin.