You can practice it dry fire (unloaded). You have to rack the slide after you pull the trigger. I try to teach that the trigger pull and release should be the same amount of time. Releasing the trigger too quick will allow the gun to move off the point of aim. Again, dry fire, and try releasing the trigger both ways, slow and fast. Smooth is quick, fast is sloppy. Good luck.
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