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bratch
May 10, 2007, 11:01 PM
Is diagnosing your shots with a J-frame the same as with any other pistol? Not sure why it wouldn't be but thought I'd check.

I'm shooting high and right so it is saying I'm heeling and/or thumbing. The gun is a 317 in 22lr so recoil shouldn't be a concern.

What can I do to correct this problem?

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Croyance
May 11, 2007, 01:14 AM
It is the same, but the small grip and short distance to the trigger makes making mistakes easier.

ArchAngelCD
May 11, 2007, 01:59 AM
bratch,
Buy a set of Snap Caps and fire that revolver many times. I did that when I bought my M638. I sat in my living room and "shot" the picture on the wall during commercials. I quickly saw what I was doing wrong and worked on correcting the problem. When you find out what you are doing wrong you can correct it and practice for free. Positive muscle memory will aid in transferring your home practice into better shooting at the range. ALSO, you gain the added benefit of a smoother trigger because of the 500/600 trigger pulls. My trigger got a lot smoother because of all the pulls during home practice.

Good luck but I'm sure you will improve quickly with the Snap Caps.

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