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Vitals
09-07-2012, 18:09
A guy at the range today gave me a different way of holding my glock and it really improved my accuracy. It was far more stable. Essentially I have both thumbs close to parallel to the slide on the left side of the gun. my left, underneath thumb was basically rested on the slide itself and it was super comfortable and steady. He said the police academy and others teach that grip.....am I just late to catch on to this???

leadslinger13
09-08-2012, 05:26
A guy at the range today gave me a different way of holding my glock and it really improved my accuracy. It was far more stable. Essentially I have both thumbs close to parallel to the slide on the left side of the gun. my left, underneath thumb was basically rested on the slide itself and it was super comfortable and steady. He said the police academy and others teach that grip.....am I just late to catch on to this???

Nope pretty much standard grip. sorry none of us thought about asking you how you were gripping your gun. now just don't try to over restrict the ecoil as you may find yourself shooting low to the left about 7 oclock. milking finger of support hand.

Fuerte
09-08-2012, 22:34
Todd Jarrett IPSC Pistol Grip Lesson

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQy5yKN-2vw

Good stuff...

RayRevolver
09-12-2012, 07:48
Vitals, if you have the time & money take a handgun class. Preferably from a respected instructor. Hell, fly to Blackwater (aka Academi) and do it right.

I did a 3-day General Defensive Handgun class and it starting me on the road to being a much better shooter. Best money I ever spent.

This is a great place if you are serious about becoming a better shooter:
http://pistol-training.com/