When I first started shooting handguns, one of the ‘rules’ is to keep your finger off the trigger until you have obtained the proper sight picture and are ready to shoot. Indeed, most say to keep finger outside the trigger guard. Watching Larry Vickers the other day, I noticed that he suggests the shooter take up the slack in the trigger, up to the break, during the presentation of the pistol. You should always practice the way you would actually shoot, and this certainly contradicts things. If placing your finger on trigger before ready to shoot is a golden rule, are anybody guilty of violating this rule?