Rob Leatham and Rob Pincus talk about learning how to shoot quickly.
The only thing that will make you fire the gun faster is, well, pulling the trigger faster. Forget all this slow and smooth and smooth is fast nonsense. If the goal is to increase your shooting speed you need to train yourself to shoot fast. Practicing slow is not going to get it done. The best shooters can jerk the trigger without moving the gun out of alignment. That should be your goal. Do not be afraid of the word “jerk” and do not confuse it with “flinch”.
Test yourself – when pulling the trigger, do you move the gun? If so why? Is it to control the recoil? Or have you developed a bad habit? Either way, time to stop doing that!
It’s all about necessary accuracy.