Shooting at the bench, first thing a lot of people miss, make sure you are sitting properly, feet in front of you not splayed out. Make sure you are nice and close to the bench. Make sure you are positioned properly. Make sure you and the gun have a natural point of aim at the target. Adjust bipod/bag height and position. Make sure yourself and the gun are in a relaxed position. No twisting or weird angles.
If you want tiny groups, being in proper shooting position is half the battle won.
If shooting off the bench, tuck your offhand under the stock. Don’t hold the forend, bipod , scope or mag. Tuck it up under the buttstock. If using a rear bag, hold that and squeeze to adjust elevation. If using no bag , move your offhand forward and back on the buttstock to adjust elevation. Pull the stock back into your shoulder. Gently load the bipod by leaning forward.
At this point your rifle should be naturally pointing at the intended target and require minimal adjustment.
For trigger pull, there are various methods. I use two , depending on the gun.
One is to have the tip of your thumb inline with the trigger on the back of the stock. Then gently squeeze your thumb and trigger finger together like a crab.
The other is to imagine a line down the centre of your rifle , you want to pull the trigger directly back along that line.
Aim small , miss small. Don’t aim at the dot, aim at the centre of the dot.
Focus on the crosshairs not the target.
Breathing, couple different methods.
I use the Breathe in, breathe out…., at the bottom of the breath, relax body, shoot.
This is not definitive but it’s the method I use for bench plinking with good success. Some of it may be useful , most of it you guys will know already.