On my G19 I can feel three distinct "stages" while pulling the trigger. The first takes up most of the slack in the trigger pull and has light tension. The second begins when the tension noticeably increases and is very short compared to the first. Finally it reaches the point where any additional pressure releases the firing pin. My question is this: When practicing, do you go through the full motion (all of the "stages") of the trigger on the first pull, or do you take up that initial slack and hold it while you aim in on your target? I usually do the latter, but I'm beginning to think the pressure I exert while holding the trigger in that position is causing me to add movement making some of my shots to go off target, so I'm curious what everyone else does. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!