I got asked by someone the other day why I was strumming my fingers on my non-shooting hand between shots (as well as releasing the trigger fully). I shoot at a range that has a rule that states no rapid fire is allowed. In fact I got warned once that I would be ejected because I was not allowing a full second to pass between shots. I have found that the only way I can make myself shoot at the right rate is to establish a little pattern of movement. Because of this I reset the fingers on my non-shooting hand (and sometime release the trigger fully) between each shot. It slows me down and keeps me within the rules. Does anyone else have trouble abiding by the "no rapid fire" rules at the range? Do you have to do anything special to control yourself?