The second method is called tracking. When tracking a target, the shooter will try to maintain constant sight on the target. The theory is that if your sights don't leave the target, there is less room for error and guessing. When tracking a target, the shooter must maintain the sight on the target the entire time right through the shot. The most common mistake shooters make when tracking is not following through after the shot. You must NOT stop your swing after you pull the trigger. Even though the trigger is pulled and the shot has been released, it still takes a fraction of a second for the projectile to leave the weapon.