Sight Follow Through
Sight follow through is achieved by obtaining a perfect sight picture following a shot. Each shot should have a perfect sight picture before the trigger is pulled and after the trigger is pulled. Sight follow through reduces the peekaboo effect, or the desire for a shooter to lower his gun too rapidly to see where his shot hit. In addition, sight follow through ensures that, if a second shot or subsequent shots are needed, Then the shooter is on target and ready to take those shots. Improper sight follow through is a product of target shooting or marksmanship. It is a bad habit to develop which may carry over into the streets. Someone with poor sight follow through will usually have shots trending down. Proper sight follow through is a great habit to develop.