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Discussion in 'Handguns' started by CodyK, Oct 2, 2019.
Here you go.
Yes, good question.
It's tough to see so much either wrong or incomplete.
This is more helpful than the other one. Joking. But, not really. Those charts are useless. They diagnose a flinch which actually can be very random and then offer no help in fixing it.
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No need to get a bat. Come to the family reunion on 12th. There will be those there that you might learn a lot from.
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And just think about it like this as well. If you can make it out to the Reunion, you will have more than a couple hundred years combined experience at your disposal.
The best I can offer is I agree with others, get a .22 (love my Browning Buck Mark) and take Ben up on his offer.
Bonus points, ask him a really odd question and he's likely to have a rather entertaining, yet real life reply.
Sounds like you are squeezing your whole hand instead of just the trigger finger. That will make the shot low and left. Concentrate of a good, solid grip and then just squeeze the trigger finger.
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