By David Fessenden
In this excerpt from Defensive Handgun Skills, David Fessenden covers sight photo and alignment, set off keep an eye on, and unmarried motion vs. double motion handguns.
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Now release the trigger to go forward so that it resets. Trigger reset can be identified by an audible click or a slight “bump” in the trigger mechanism against your trigger finger. With the trigger finger still on the trigger, pause a moment and restart the press to the rear. This will result in the firing of a second shot or additional shots, if the process is repeated. Double Action Trigger: Semiautomatic Pistol or Revolver Place finger on trigger at center of first joint. Press trigger, using slow, continuous pressure.
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