We talk a lot here off and on about trigger control and ways to practice. I was changing the batteries in the laser on one of my glocks last night when something dawned on me. One can get a lot of very good practice in by bying a cheap laser and mounting it on the end of the barrel of your rifle. Make a few pencil dots on some butcher paper or poster board and set them up at varying ranges. Set yourself up in your shooting position put the laser on one of those dots, and squeeze. Try to keep the laser from moving off of the dot... . Cheap practice, no ammo needed, and you dont' even have to leave the back yard. I've done it for years with the pistols and simply never thought about moving it to a rifle. Even a cheap laserlyte bore sighting laser would suffice.