And that not too long ago.
The sight moving all around the target when you are aiming due to natural fluctuations in your body do not matter. Or matter much. The axis of the barrel is still is line with what you want to hit it is going to hit very near to what you want to hit.
I never thought about it, but it makes sense and you can see, also, that gross sight alignment is the same thing.
What matters, and what gets you misses is when you yank the axis off that line. Usually with a trigger pull of some kind of recoil anticipating. Instead of the axis of the pistol being in line you are making a 'cone'. You might as well swivel your wrist.
All these movement are teeny tiny, too. The ok ones and the bad ones.
I want to go shooting. As soon as my neck is better.
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