In the last post, I covered knowing where the break was when it comes to pulling the trigger and finger placement. Today, I’ll cover why the trigger break comes into play.
Knowing where the trigger breaks and the BOOM occurs will help jerking the trigger regardless of where your finger is placed on the trigger itself. You may not think that the aftereffect of hearing that BOOM would affect your shot but this is where knowing the break comes into play.
Once you hear the boom and you are not prepared for it, you will either push or yank the trigger (again, regardless of placement) and this is when your shot goes off target despite your breathing being on target.