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Old 01-14-2010, 22:19   #21
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I'm not sure I understand this part but Im gonna comment anyway. If recoil is the issue then you might have something else to analyze. Sometimes muzzle blast and noise can be distracting similar to recoil. Indoor range lane deviders contribute greatly to feeling the pressure and noise of a hot round being discharged. Doubling up a hearing pro might assist in removing some of the perceived recoil. imo.
It wasn't the sound or blast ... rather improperly gripping the weapon and movement of the weapon and me adjusting my grip. the addition of the a better (familiar) sight picture relieved my eye strain and allowed me to move my focus to my grip. Talon grips allowed me to relax my grip as the gun stopped slipping in my hand. These two additions made all the difference in my shooting enjoyment.
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Old 01-15-2010, 18:39   #22
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It wasn't the sound or blast ... rather improperly gripping the weapon and movement of the weapon and me adjusting my grip. the addition of the a better (familiar) sight picture relieved my eye strain and allowed me to move my focus to my grip. Talon grips allowed me to relax my grip as the gun stopped slipping in my hand. These two additions made all the difference in my shooting enjoyment.
Ahh, gotcha. Glad the issue was resolved.
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Old 01-15-2010, 22:40   #23
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Reading this thread brings up a topic I've always wondered about: an offset trigger that's angled to fit the finger better. I look at my trigger finger and find it doesn't "square" with a trigger that's straight up and down. It would fit better if the top of the trigger were tilted to the left and the bottom tip angled to the right slightly. I realize a manufacturer couldn't do this, but a custom trigger designer certainly could. Wishful thinking, I guess...
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