The trigger is the only part of the gun that’s moving during the aiming process. If you are having trouble with precision pistol aiming, this video with Brian Zins about “aiming through trigger control” will help.
The legendary Brian Zins is back with a new bullseye pistol fundamentals video series filmed at NRA HQ in Fairfax, Virginia.
Brian Zins, known for his proficiency in bullseye pistol competition, shares his shooting know-how in this video series
Your shot process is simply everything you do to place a well-aimed shot. Which is much easier said than done. Twelve-time NRA Pistol Champion Brian Zins takes his tips from the five previous lessons and ties them all together into this final video on how to develop your shot process.
Anticipation. Everybody does it. What will help your bullseye game is learning how to handle it properly—especially at a match when it matters the most. The tips in this video will help.
To shoot a red dot in bullseye well, you have to choose: focus either on the target or on the dot. You can’t do both, or go back and forth between the two. Here are techniques from Brian Zins to properly aim a pistol red dot sight
Video: Precision Pistol Tips Part 3―Brian Zins On The Relationship Between Aiming And Trigger Control
Even if you have a perfect grip and can hold perfect sight alignment all day―it only counts when the gun goes bang after you pull the trigger
Trigger finger placement really counts when the shot breaks. Now don’t get me wrong, stance, grip and aiming are important but keep in mind that you can have a perfect grip and hold perfect sight alignment all day long