5 fundamentals of Marksmanship
Of the 5 fundamentals of Marksmanship (Aiming, hold control, breath control, trigger control, and follow-through), what is most important?
TRIGGER CONTROL. The pull of the trigger has the most effect on marksmanship.
Now….for the bonus question….what is the fundamental least worked on?
Yup….it’s TRIGGER CONTROL.
Y’all really need to learn to stop mashing the trigger! Student after student just jerks the trigger back and returning that finger all the way forward, off the trigger.
Finesse….slow that trigger down! Slow is smooth, smooth is fast! If you take it slow, you’ll find that trigger reset and increased follow through. And then you’ll be hitting tight shot groups…and even getting shots off faster and faster.
But first, slow it down!
Slow is smooth, smooth is fast!