Discussion in 'On Topic' started by GlassUser, Jan 6, 2010.
PS self timer, aimed into three brick walls.
Weaver grip is wack 6/10. Update to thumbs forward modern isocolese
AAAAAHHHH SCOTT PETERSON IS POINTING A GUN AT ME
Is that the cannon flag you were telling me about at the restaurant last summer?
Anyone ever tell you ya kinda look like Andy Bernard?
looks like your strong hand isn't high enough and, subsequently, your weak hand is too low as well.
a picture from the left side would be better
Change Block for M&P and it's perfect.
Low on the grip, or low compared to my head?
Yeah but nowhere near as cool.
Shoot what you shoot best.
My XD sights are factory adjustable too. Just need a drift pin and a hammer.
three brick walls, like, in a row?
My bedroom wall and two garage walls. So yeah, in a row.
And my glock sights are adjustable.
I'm assuming you shoot one eye open?
I can tell by the location of your strong hand thumb, that you don't have your hand as far up the back strap of the gun as you could. You are also on the cusp of "teacupping".
Rotate your support hand towards your target and lock your wrist out as you would if you were shaking someone's hand. Your Support hand is what manages your recoil, and it's not doing that with your current grip.
No, I'm as far up the back as I can go. I do need to work on the support hand part.
I do have some pretty severe damage to my right wrist, including scar tissue buildup in my palm. That might be throwing things off. I really need to just pay someone to evaluate me in person at a range.
It's how I hit shit.
on the grip