The next thing I’d like to cover is finger placement on the trigger. There are multiple different things to address with this.
First things first; with any gun the ideal way to shoot is to have a smooth and steady pull to the rear. After firing a gun a few times you can learn where the break is for how much pressure it takes to release the bolt, hammer, etc. to fire the gun. This is important because to achieve a smooth trigger pull, you have to know when to expect the BOOM! (This does not apply to a Sig Sauer P250 because the trigger break feels about a mile long. Speaking from personal experience.) I will have more tomorrow on finger placement, but breaking this down step by step brings up more to elaborate on and I want to keep this bite sized.