Over at gunnuts.net, Tim reckons that many if not most people will screw the proverbial pooch when it comes to maintaining trigger control under stress. “Anyone who has run force-on-force scenarios for a while could probably fill a book with observations of trigger checking. People think they might need to shoot in the very near future and the trigger finger snaps right to the trigger without them even really knowing it’s happening. The possibility of shoot forms in their mind and their body responds to take the shot. I’ve caught myself doing the exact same thing. It’s natural. That’s why you have to train so carefully to stop it from happening.” I’ve done it (in training). How confident are you that you’ll keep your booger finger off the bang switch when you clear leather? That you’ll make sure of your target and what’s beyond it? Keep your gun pointed in a safe direction at all times? How ready are you for a DGU?