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Getting a grip, Part II

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Mastrogiacomo, Mar 14, 2004.

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  1. Mastrogiacomo

    Mastrogiacomo Member

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    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
     
  2. Doc

    Doc Member

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    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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