I imagine myself wanting to stage the trigger while learning where the trigger breaks and I read that staging the trigger is not good practice. How can I learn where the trigger break is (which I assume is when the gun goes bang?) while not staging the trigger? It makes perfect sense to be able to be sure the sights are on target when the trigger breaks, and tips on this would be greatly appreciated.
Dryfire is really the key to learning where it will break(fire). I literally do this about 100 times with a new gun and then about 20 per night until I really know it before wasting a lot of ammo.