This is a discussion on "Then why did you pull the trigger?" within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Thanks for posting Lima. The learning just never stops on this forum. Rock on.....
Thanks for posting Lima. The learning just never stops on this forum. Rock on..
Another thought, you pulled the trigger because your brain had committed to pulling that trigger and could not rescind that order in time when it realized you weren't really ready. I use to play tennis in my younger days. When you toss the ball up to serve it has to be a perfect toss or you stand a very high probability of serving badly. Many times you hit the serve just as your brain tells you it is a bad toss. You can't react fast enough to that message.
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