I was watching "Handguns" on TV this a.m. and they were talking about the 7 Steps to Shooting properly. One of them was Follow Through and I thought to myself, heck, I learned all about that when I started shooting flintlocks. One thing that you MUST do when shooting a flintlock is have follow through because it takes a bit of time from the pull of the trigger to when the main powder charge goes off. I think anyone wanting to learn about Follow Through would do well if they learn how to shoot a Flintlock. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!