A lot of practice in technique, breath control and the proper holding of your handgun will probably serve you better than playing around trying to change the trigger pull. The fact that it shoots well from the bench when you have a rest kinda shows it is more you than the gun. Handgun shooting is a lot like shooting a bow, you need to do the same thing every time, the grip the stance and the trigger squeeze. You need to develop muscle memory shooting a handgun just like with a bow. Once you do that it just takes enough shooting to brush up on your technique. Rather than looking for a trigger job, I would find someone who is good with a handgun to teach you, they can show you the proper way and then watch you shoot and coach you until it falls into place. I found shooting the weaver technique is a much better platform that shooting Isosceles technique. It allows you to hold the gun more steady and gun movement is what creates bad shooting. It will not matter how good the trigger pull is on your gun if you are not using the proper hold, stance and trigger pull. Seemingly small things like how much finger you place on the trigger can make a big difference. Just some suggestions from someone who was a handgun instructor for 25 years.
When you are up to your butt in alligators, it is hard to remember your intent was to drain the swamp. Stay focused!
Last edited by Woods walker; 05-16-2018 at 10:09 AM.