“So, putting the finger on the trigger starts, at position three, which–to me–sounds too early but in actuality because the rest of the draw is progressing, again (assuming the circumstances support it) active trigger manipulation isn’t even actually happening until the gun is decelerating at the end.” — Gabe White
Ever wonder if there are things you are taught at the basic level that might change a little bit as you get more skilled? In this episode, Gabe White joins us against to talk about how we progress as shooters and some of the things that start to adapt as we move forward in our skill. Trigger reset, gripping the gun, even when to put the finger on the trigger and start prepping it are all broken down in extreme detail. This is the perfect kind of episode for those who like to think about why we do the things we do, why we teach them they way they are taught and how those lessons can progress to better understandings of skill later on.
Don’t miss this opportunity to geek out with a couple of shooting nerds.