Ok, first dry fire session today and I was surprised by the results. First, the wife and I dedicated a place where we would do our dry fire practice. We live in a bi-level and the area we dedicated, the other side of the wall is underground. I was sure to clear my pistol and left the magazine and all ammo locked in the safe.
What surprised me was that I am not pulling the shots when the trigger breaks. I intended to fire as slow as I could and watch as carefully as I could and I was staying on target througout the entire tigger pull. I watched my finger once and it is going straight back, not angled. Though this seemed like good news, I am now afraid of what I really didn't want to know.... could I be flinching during live fire?