You just mentioned "Firm grasp, smooth trigger roll, and knowledge of point of aim/point of impact coordinates will allow you to surprise yourself with the grouping ability of many of the smaller carry guns."
I'm not sure I fully grasp the concept of a "smooth trigger roll".
Could you define how you understand it?
To me, it means a smooth, even, uninterrupted, straight-back press of the trigger.
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