3. Kung-Fu Death Grip
Yet another problem that plagues accuracy for many shooters is simply gripping the firearm too tightly. A overly tight grip affects your trigger pull movement and leads to a wide variety of pushing, pulling, and trigger jerking problems.
Clearly, you do want to have a solid grip on your firearm for control. However, there is a fine line here. We like to describe the proper grip strength by comparing it to a firm handshake. Of course, even that can lead to a wide variety of interpretations these days.
Generally speaking, the firm handshake is a good reference point. Not too firm, not a dead fish, you simply need to grip the firearm like its an item that you definitely don’t want to drop on the ground. Because you definitely don’t!