el pres Posted January 18, 2008 Share Posted January 18, 2008 Through all the NPA excersises I found thet I was consistanly pulling out my gun with the muzzle about one ft sight width to the left. I also had a tendency to mash the trigger causing left shots. Through a lot of practice I have changed my grip angle from the holster up (which also gave me a better weak hand grip and cant) and really improved my hits at speed. I can now pick a dot on the wall, close my eyes, draw and have the sights lined right on it. Move, twist, and shake, realing and I'm back on it.. Now I keep hearing all this stuff from like TJ videos about the importance of having your strong forearm lined up with slide and that there is no other way, when you put your arm strightdown relaxed with gun in hand, the muzzle should point straight down... Well it does'nt, and it feels great, total control, trigger, grip, and NPA. I feel tuned in finally...my hits say it all.... So now when I go back to my production gun my ideal grip bites the frame in the back left corner. Not a big deal, small readjust takes care of it but am I learning something bad? I dont think so, my shooting has never been better but lets hear it... Basically, my strong hand grip right now would be to put the gun in the web of the hand and turn it one ft sight width to the right... Man, the more I learn the more I need a coach!! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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