I have heard that dry firing is good trigger control practice, which makes sense, especially for me since i dont have the chance to go shooting all the time. My question is is it damaging or hard on the rifle in any way to snap it a bunch. My other question is this: I do dry fire my rifle some, but I have noticed that no matter how hard i concentrate, no matter how gentle i am with the squeeze of the trigger, i blink whenever it snaps. It is not a big exagerated movement, just a quick little blink, the the cross hairs usually move just a tiny bit and i have to believe that it is affecting my shooting some, since i dont exactly shoot MOA groups all the time with stuff that i know should. I am careful about getting really steady, careful about my breathing, and very careful about my gradual preassure on the trigger, so this is the only thing i can think of that i am doing wrong. I only notice it when i am dry firing. I keep denying that i have developed a "flinch" but i guess thats what it is. What can i do to get control of this. I seemingly cant not blink when i snap the rifle, unless i pick my head up away from the gun. What have yall done to stop this kind of thing, and what would yall think works best. Thanks.