4. Taking your finger off the trigger between shots
8. Failure to train with the auto-lock trigger finger manipulation holster
However, unless the shooter deactivates the retention before beginning upward pressure as part of the draw, the retention continues to hold the pistol in the holster. Often, the inexperienced shooter then begins tugging on the pistol and tends to transition from finger-pad to finger-tip pressure causing the trigger finger to bend.
For Safety Officers: You will see the belt rise if someone is doing this. Stop them immediately and explain what the are doing incorrectly.
These are some of the bad habits I've seen — I suspect there are others and welcome comments or input.
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