Even though you’ve pulled the trigger and sent the bullet on its way, it is important that you regain your sight picture after the rearward movement of the shot has caused you to move the muzzle of the gun. Bring your firearm back in line with the target by again acquiring your sight picture after the shot has been fired. This is called follow-through. Once learned, it will improve your ability to shoot accurately.
If you maintain consistency in your stance, breathing, trigger control, sight alignment, and sight picture, you will better be able to compensate for factors such as the wind or a drop in the bullet’s flight path due to gravity.