Shooting my SXS today and after about 150 rounds I couldn't put my finger on why it hurt to pull the trigger. I can tell my finger was in the right spot on the trigger all the time but dang! Shotgun: Stoeger Coach Supreme Gauge: 12 https://www.instagram.com/p/BAh2oa0ISbQ The only one that matters I'm leaning towards interference back by the rear trigger guard. It's my believe that possibly on the rear trigger pulls I was getting excessive rubbing by a pronounced guard and/or pinching. Do I need to shoot more to build up a callus there? I can tell that after today I'm going to get a limbsaver for that shotgun. While it has a nice rubber pad, I can tell you that when shooting slugs from it... the first one makes you question why you did it. The second slug has you wondering if you want to do it again. The third slug rattles a molar loose and the fourth slug is shot only to prove to yourself that you are indeed a man. The 5th slug is left in the box because you aren't stupid. Any suggestions? My thoughts are to grind down some of the trigger guard to give more clearance on the right side. Make it more inline with trigger and not so wide.