4. Pull With Your Fingerprint, NOT Your Knuckle
A lot of people do this. When pantomiming a shooting motion, they make a motion like they’re pulling a heavy string back in the first joint of the pointer finger. Thus, it’s no wonder that this is the same movement they use to pull an actual trigger, with their finger wrapped all the way around the trigger.
Pulling with the trigger in the joint of your finger will cause an awkward pull, and a shot that’s usually to the right. If you know that you do this, it’s a simple fix.
The proper part of the finger to pull the trigger is using the fingerprint of your index finger. There is simply way more sensation and coordination in this part of your finger.