call me lisdexic, but the first time I read the title l was sure it said, “SHOOTING HAND OFF” I grew up shooting all sorts of long guns as often as I could, and for years tried to follow the conventional wisdom I was told, to squeeze the trigger, slowly and it should be a “surprise” when it goes off. My shooting greatly improved when I realized that was BS. No one with a heart beat can hold on target that long to allow a “surprise” discharge to be on target. Once I realized that, I learned to Controll my wobble by coming in low to the target, raising the sights to the bull, and firing when I wanted the gun to fire, at the instant my controlled movement brought the sights to the target. When I was late teens, I was shooting the primer out of shotgun shells at 40yds with my air rifle and iron sights. Some folks disagree with me, but they can’t argue with my shooting. Of course the down side is, I haven’t developed my skills in the other shooting positions, and have difficulty sighting in from a bench. I’ve also always been a neck shooter, because I could, but that resulted in very little practice following a blood trail, a skill which would have come in handy when the kids started hunting.