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Shooting skills are perishable. The less you train, the more you forget. Please see a simple list of skills below to remember.
Good stance leads to more stability and better mobility. Ancient Egyptians had it right, you start with a good platform and build from there.
Hold the handgun high up on the grip so that the recoil is directed back to the hand and arm in a straight line. This allows faster repeat shots and more accurate shooting. Keep both thumbs on the same side.
Sight alignment is the alignment of the shooters eye, rear sight, and front sight.
Center the front sight between the rear site and align the tops to be in align with each other. Finally, focus on the front sight so the rear sight and target appear blurry.
The trigger finger should be placed on the trigger in-between the tip of the finger and the first bend.
Place the finger on the lowest point of the trigger to allow for the maximum pull with the least resistance.
Should be a controlled squeeze to the rear without disturbing the sight alignment/picture.