The shell on the gun is stupid.
You know it's empty - you'd have to be a tard to flinch or jerk when you know the gun is empty.
Some guns have a violent release of the striker that will knock the shell off anyway.
White wall drill + "Pistol Now" is the way.https://pistol-forum...erk-The-Trigger
but you know the gun is empty doing the white wall drill too, so you'd have to be a tard to flinch or jerk.......
fwiw, i have found a couple things to help me:
1. shooting into the berm and watching only the front sight. sometimes I just shoot 1 at a time, sometimes I have to shoot several fast shots to short-circuit my blinking if its a problem that day.
2. white wall drills while paying very close attention to the sight, and any potential flinch reflex. I still sometimes get a teensy bit as i'm pulling the trigger in dryfire. In particular, i like the drill where i have the gun aimed already, and on the beep i try to pull the trigger before the beep ends, without disturbing the sights (much). I do this SHO, WHO and freestyle.
3. Dot drills or 15Y upper-a-zone shots to end every live-fire session.
I suspect that there are many different reasons that people move the sights around, so there may not be 1 formula to fix it that works for everyone.