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APOModern

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  1. APOModern

    Faster reloading?

    They make great stuff and you can get it more or less cutom made/tailored to your style and needs. They are durable so I use it for range as well as force on force airsoft training too and I love it. Still, gear doesn't make the shooter, it may just help you with ease of reps though
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    Practicing Good Grip During Hand Transitions

    Do you use dummy guns or replicas for training at all then?
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    Practicing Good Grip During Hand Transitions

    I agree with drawing directly to THAT hand. I think that switching hands/grip after the draw would be more beneficial going around barricades and such. Good input though thanks.
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    Faster reloading?

    I'd highly recommend getting a belt setup with hoslter and pouches seperated for comfort. I love my g-code belts for range time
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    Practicing Good Grip During Hand Transitions

    What do you do to practice though or get better?
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    Hello I am Will...

    Hi Will! I also second airsoft as good training especially when you can't afford to constantly go to the range.
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    Faster reloading?

    Practice with some dry fire drills and go really slow or film yourself so you can see/feel where you are gripping and access if it needs to be adjusted. When it feels fluid enough, go to live fire drills or speed up. Also make sure whatever system you are using to retain your mags is in an ergonomically friendly position. Nothing like reaching for a mag and missing it all together.
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    Practicing Good Grip During Hand Transitions

    I know exactly what you mean with the 1911. I started shooting with a Glock 19 and rode the grip up high strong handed to get over the slide lock, but drop my left handed since there isn't anything on that side.
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    Practicing Good Grip During Hand Transitions

    I think mimicking the strong hand sounds like the way to go. I just gotta be patient and not get frustrated that it feels different.
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    Practicing Good Grip During Hand Transitions

    I suppose just practice, now that I think of it. Perhaps I'm just getting frustrated and lacking patience. I'm right handed so it felt more natural for me to begin with, but maybe I should practice more or as much with my weak hand as my strong hand or elusively use my weak hand for a time to get my body and mind used to it. I'll try try it out with dry fire like you said. Thanks.
  11. For those of you who do shoulder/hand transitions, how do you recommend getting a similar grip with your "weak" side as with your "strong" side? My grip on a handgun with my right hand always flocks to the same spot, but when I switch to or draw with my left, I always feel like I have to readjust. Is it just practice, or are there specific techniques to get near identical/symmetrical grips?
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