Psych! Nothing could possibly go wrong with the Trigger Trainer. Well that’s the story from Derrick Jordan, the company’s founder. “The big advantage is that you can use it anywhere, anytime” the NRA instructor and Chicago-area security guy told TTAG. “It doesn’t look like a gun. It doesn’t have a barrel.” Our man Ralph would point out that police officers have drilled civilians reaching for cell phones, wallets, condoms and quarters—but I couldn’t possibly comment. Jordan claims he’s shifted some 2000 TTs since developing the product for people who want to train their brain to enable a smooth, straight trigger pull. No clicking (i.e. breaking point) though; there are too many variations to cover even a fraction of the firearms currently for sale (if only in theory). The plastic fantastic training tool costs a not inconsiderable $45. Still, the TT’s guaranteed to improve your trigger control or your money back. Despite Jordan’s assurances, viewer discretion advised.