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William Harvey

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Blog - Training - September 2011

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<p>Students run through the trigger-pull assessment. Photo: Bruce Cameron.</p>

Handgun Trigger-Pull Assessments for Recruits  

September 14, 2011
The trigger-pull assessment can be an important teaching tool particularly in getting prepared for firearms training, helping new recruits improve their grip strength prior to them entering the program, planning for remedial training, and setting goals for the curriculum. You can discern many things by watching how an individual picks up and handles a weapon for the first time for example.
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