I’m real new at this too. So far I’ve gotten my best results with my 9mm & .22LR by using my support hand to hold my trigger arm tightly at its WRIST, pulling my trigger arm ‘out’ toward the target. My trigger hand only holds the gun ‘straight’ and pulls the trigger. The weight of the gun and maybe some of my arm is on my support hand. I sort of ‘aim’ with my shoulder & stance. I also focus all my concentration on my sight picture, not on my trigger finger, so that when it does fire, it almost is a complete surprise. Yes, my thumb is over my wrist. Make sure it’s quite far back and away from the slide. I hit the small index cards at 20 or so feet about half the time this way with the 9MM, then I get tired and can't hit anything.
"Sometimes I pretend to be normal, but it's boring and I go back to being me."
"You might as well be yourself, people won’t like you anyway."
"Tres verbo dictom"
Last edited by Vincine; 05-24-2012 at 10:26 PM.