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Message Subject Iím a NRA Pistol / Rifle Instructor ask me any question you like
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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1. Stop using the modified weaver, as it puts your support arm below the pistol and tends to pull the gun in that direction (to the left for a right handed shooter). Learn to keep both arms (elbows) level or the support side elbow higher than the firing hand.

2. Do the ball and dummy drill (google it), you are flinching.

3. Look up "trigger reset for GLOCKS" and work on that.

4. Dry fire twice for every live round you shoot.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31297288

Forgot to add, make SURE your firing hand wrist is LOCKED, no side to side or vertical movement. This is way more important on a heavy recoiling 10mm.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31297288

Thanks for the advice!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30513772

You are welcome! There is a part II for the above video.

If you notice, Travis is shooting just to the left of the line in because his wrist was not locked out.

Travis is well trained and practiced, but we ALL need instruction and critical reviews from time to time.

Be safe, and take a new shooter shooting, education is the key for all of us!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31297288

Nice, thanks again. Regarding new shooters, my wife is addicted to shooting the 29 now (she wanted a 26, but not anymore) - so there is at least one more shooter coming on the scene soon :)

My biggest problem is 10mm cost of ammo (soon to learn to roll my own though). Before I get into rolling my own I'm getting the Wolf 40 cal conversion barrel so I can shoot more without taking a third job.. I love 10mm, but it's so expensive to practice!

When we move to a friendly CC state (within months), this will be my CC. Love the 29SF!
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