Fulfilling a few simple rules can make shooting easy and enjoyable.
Trigger finger must be free of any contact with grip; otherwise every movement during triggering will result in movements of the weapon which again will result with bad precision.
First joint of the triggering finger is placed with its most sensitive part; centre of the finger prints lines, on the middle part of the “trigger shoe”, in 90 degrees to the axis of the barrel.
When triggering begins, pressure must be exerted parallel with barrel axis. Once started, the procedure, should be with slowly, softy, consistent pressure, so that the shot is coming as a surprise.
It is absolutely “forbidden” to have any hesitation in the triggering action or rapid, violent movements with the trigger finger, otherwise it will influent negatively on precision.