I have been regularly shooting handguns now for about 7 years. Up until about a year ago, my shooting has revolved around target practice and practicing with my carry guns. I was confident that I could put bullets where they needed to go. Now, I'm pretty involved in USPSA/IDPA and multi-gun. These matches have really helped to exposure the flaws in my shooting technique. Seems that I am having problems with trigger pull. I feel like I have a strong grip, good stance etc, but after shooting a modded glock the other day, I came to a conclusion. A buddy had a CCF frame lower with a G34 slide/barrel. He also did a 3.5lb trigger, polished a few things, shorter trigger reset, etc. So at the plate rake with the CCF34, I was able to nail every plate, first shot. It was almost too easy. Then I would switch back to my stock G22 and unless I was using complete concentration to not yank or slap the trigger, I was missing a few plates on the first shot. My thought is that with the stock G22, the trigger pull is more than the modified 3.5lb, there's more resistance, and on that more resistance, I'm jerking the trigger and this is affecting my point of aim, thus causing me to miss shots. I know most will suggest dry fire practice, but I'm not sure the best way to go about it, what targets, distance, etc. Any help greatly appreciated.