I truly do not understand what Jeff Cooper wrote. When he says "I have been shooting for a very long time, in training, competition, and recreation, and I have come to the conclusion that trigger control is the heart of the matter. It may be that I am too particular about good trigger action, but I do think it is the most important single aspect of hitting what you shoot at."
I nod my head and say, "Yes, sir." But I don't think I KNOW what a good trigger is or what good trigger control is. It's just beyond my experience. It's like knowing what a fast car is because I have driven GTOs or Porsches at near autobahn speeds. And then having a discussion with a Indy car driver like I know what I am talking about, like I can appreciate a fast car. I have an idea, but my vision is cloudy. I don't see crisp and clear and sharp like someone like Cooper did. I only 'sorta know.'
I hope to know that someday. Sooner rather than later, but it is not something you can rush. I need more 'do', less 'think about'.
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