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That's not bad. You are probably breaking your wrist down anticipating recoil.

You should be starting in closer 3 to 7 yards.

Also dry fire practice with snap caps to get you used to the trigger pull and where it breaks.

Do this over and over and over. It develops muscle memory and will help with the flinching in live fire.

Most people don't realize they flinch when a mini explosion goes off in your hand. It's your natural response.

I still catch myself doing it from time to time especially after I've shot more than 100 rounds.
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