Makicjf Posted September 15, 2022 Share Posted September 15, 2022 After my Pendulum dryfire last night, I was doing reload practice. The IRC is less only 6 weeks out and I've only been back on Revo's for a month, so I feel some pressure. In classic Jason fashion, I decided to try something new with no time and a bit of pressure. I've always strong hand reloaded, using my index finger to eject. The sticking points for me have always been: 1) Random partial ejection 2) Spontaneous poor strong hand (re)placement (2-10 times) 3) the twister machinations require while reloading and running to the left A weak hand reload actually resolves all three of these issues. I run the par time at 1.8 for strong hand. I was surprised how I was able to nearly meet the time with weak hand from the inception . No grip issue, no ejection issue and no crazy legs chicken dance moving left. However, when the clip heads towards the charge holes, I actually loose sight of the target . Strong hand, I can see the "11:00 o'clock" hole and that is what I throw at. What do you weak handers aim for? I'm setting up a classic/6 shot major speedloader gun ( a 6 inch half lug GP100!) for after the IRC and next year, and I think weak hand might be the best with speedloaders. I'd like the option of both. What are the weak hand reload high points to practice? Jason Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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