So I was reading through another post on the forums discussing flinch with high power rifles and this reminded me that I have a pretty bad flinch when it comes to shooting some of my favorite guns. Its worst when I shoot the Mosin Nagant. I'm sure plenty of you all know this same story. After the first shot, I begin to wince as I steadily apply more pressure on the trigger. Sometimes, I can't even convince my fingers to budge. Its so unfortunate that the learning mechanism of association kicks in when shooting. It conditions the mind to realize that pulling the trigger is going to result in a vicious beating. There's got to be someway to break this association. What should I do to train myself to not flinch? This is probably the worst part of my marksmanship technique. Although I guess a Mosin would be a good gun to learn on, given its 200 lbs trigger.