Getting a grip, Part II


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Mastrogiacomo
March 14, 2004, 06:20 PM
Went back to the range with my father today and this time changed my grip on the full size Beretta and the compact M. I don't have any abrasions on my hand, even with the sore newly healed. Mind you we went through just two hundred bullets between us -- not three, and we used the 686 4" every now and then so it probably helped. I was pleased my grip has improved to the point where I didn't need band aids or shooting gloves.

The only problem we both had was shooting blanks. Does anyone know titles of some good books for improving your shooting technique? Thanks!

Laura

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Doc
March 14, 2004, 09:35 PM
Laura:

consider going to school.
the S&W academy should be close to you
and i think SIG academy is also in the New England.

i would whole heartedly recommend the
Ladies Defensive Handgun (DHG) at Thunder Ranch too!
My wife profited greatly. She liked it so much she
returned for DHG, DHG 2 and DHG 2 Low Light.

having high caliber instructors who interact with you
while you shoot is valuable and conveys more
than words and static photos can.

doc

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