His finger IS on the trigger guard, not the trigger. I think range operators need to start checking out new people- last time I went, the guy to my left was bleeding after firing only a few rounds, but I don't know if it was from the slide or from a ricochet. A guy two lanes to my right needed 5 shots to even hit the paper target and it was a whole 7 yards away. Then, to make it worse, some idiot came down with a freaking rifle and fired 5 rounds-it's NOT a rifle range. I don't think I'll be going back to that place unless I hear that they made some major changes. Also, the day after the Nevada school shooting, this happened- http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/10/23/us-usa-california-shooting-idUSBRE99M0VU20131023 The whole town is calling the kid 'victim', when he should have taken a few seconds to think about what he was doing and should have dropped the gun when ordered to do so. The officers were probably on edge because of what has happened recently and people need to be aware of what's happening before they go out with a weapon in plain view.