Proper trigger control begins with trigger placement. You don't want to place your trigger on your first knuckle and you don't want to place your trigger on the end of your finger. You want to place your trigger right in the middle of the swirl of your fingerprint. The next part of proper trigger control is a nice even, steady pull on the trigger. The nice even, steady pull on the trigger is followed by a crisp trigger reset. You don't want to slap the trigger with bouncing off of the trigger between each shot. And, you don't want to mash the trigger trying to accomplish a quick trigger pull. You want a nice smooth, easy trigger pull resulting in a surprise shot. Proper trigger control is the third of three aspects of a perfect shot.