1) Your Trigger Pull.
Trigger pull is more important than sight alignment.
2) Your Sight Alignment.
No one can hold perfectly. Accept what you see and let the shot surprise you.
3) Your Stance.
You should always try to have your weight forward. This will aid you in recoil management, and help you stay on target for your follow-up shot or when transitioning to other targets.
“Accept what you see and let the shot surprise you.“- Jerry Miculek on sight alignment.
4) Your Grip.
Try to keep as firm a grip as possible. Just to the point of shaking. This will help you be more accurate on both your first shot, and your follow-up.
5) Your Posture.
Try to stand as tall as your stance allows. This will keep you looking through the center of your glasses, allowing for the biggest field of view as possible.
About the Author:
Jerry Miculek is one of the best all-around shooters on the planet. His accomplishments during his more than thirty-year shooting career include 52 National titles and 45 World titles. Although best known for his amazing feats of revolver speed shooting, Jerry is also one of the top Multi-Gun competitors in the world, demonstrating equal prowess with pistols, rifles and shotguns.