LE 2:1 Safely Train in High Volume: Trigger Finger Discipline
In this a shooter must have trigger finger discipline where when not shooting the trigger finger comes off the trigger outside of the trigger guard and goes along the frame or the slide of the gun. This means that trigger finger is generally pointed straight parallel to the muzzle of the gun and outside the trigger guard completely. The reason we have the trigger outside the trigger guard is if for some reason the shooter were to reactively grip the gun with all their fingers the trigger finger will sympathetically respond and could get into the trigger guard, press the trigger and unintentionally send a round. Therefore, shooters absolutely have to rain the skill set of getting this finger off the trigger when not actively engaging in target. Muzzle awareness is paramount. A shooter has to be aware where the gun is pointed at all times.