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    I shoot as described in post #2, but with my weak hand wrist 'locked' downward. Resulting in my weak hand thumb resting further forward...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcash View Post
    I shoot as described in post #2, but with my weak hand wrist 'locked' downward. Resulting in my weak hand thumb resting further forward...
    My grip as well, found out that on my glock 29 that this also most comfortable and I can even keep "flatter" hold during rapid fire


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    I was taught to grip 20% with the strong hand, and 80% with the support hand. Is this similar to your teaching methods? A friend of mine was in the Special Forces, and he has help me improve my shot placement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FLY View Post
    I was taught to grip 20% with the strong hand, and 80% with the support hand. Is this similar to your teaching methods? ...
    The exact percentages are difficult to gauge, so I've just been telling new shooters to apply more force with their support hand, so they don't tend to clench their shooting hand (and trigger finger). That seems to work, without being too precise about the percentages, seems easier to understand.

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    Thank you Chris

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    Great job very informative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackson View Post
    Great job very informative.
    Glad to hear it, and thanks for the note!

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    God gave you thumbs, use 'em! Don't follow the picture, WRONG! Your thumbs should grab the pistol, like they grab everything else you touch! The guy in the pic has NO control under recoil! NOVICE!

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