No offense intended, but that response seems to be a bit weak. No demonstrative improvement illustrated, no real identification of a problem other than a vague reference to thumbs? Please restate with more definition and illustration.
Last edited by cohland; 12-19-2015 at 09:15 AM.
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Chris - don't worry about it. I have been watching and was giving him or her just enough rope to hang themselves. Pages and pages of "thanks" for that hard work and effort you put into creating this very informative, and technically correct forum post. As with all of your post, we appreciate the effort you put into them and it is a part of why this forum remains so great.
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i'm right handed so i use my left thumb to press against the pistol frame l,i use the front of the trigger guard with my left forefinger to hold pistol tight,,i use my right tumb to apply slight downward pressure against the frame,, i grip the pistol pretty tight with my right hand,,i try to reduce recoil..it works pretty good for me
also ,, excellent post from Chris
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Hold your gun like this, and shoot groups like this, while moving. Grip it and Rip it. It's just the fundamentals of pistol: stance, grip, sight picture and trigger control. All competition shooters roll like this.
Last edited by GlockScott; 01-09-2017 at 10:03 AM. Reason: dupicate
From one of the top shooters on the planet. Bob breaks down everything into little pieces that are easy to understand.