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    Whether this may be relvent or not right now for your circumstance, but here is a guideline chart.

    Taken from here; Error chart shooting image by GaryBF42 on Photobucket
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    You're whacking the trigger, Dude...

    FWIW: We all whack the trigger, the better shooter's just whack less.

    Dry firing will help and it's really cheap.
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