It takes some getting used to. I have not used one on my BT-99, but I put a trigger shoe on my Model 870 TB and found that I was doing all kinds of weird things that I did not do when the shoe was not on the gun. I would be right on the bird, then go to pull the trigger and move the gun clear off to the side of the target. With practice, I got so I was shooting it well, but I didn't find that the trigger shoe helped my average in any way on the 870 (which has a worse trigger pull than the BT-99), so I took it off. I think if the trigger is bad enough that you're tempted to try a shoe, you would be better off having someone do some work on the trigger to smooth it out.How did you you like the change in “feel”?