The Top 10 Reasons Why Your Shooting Pics and Vids Suck.

Posted on December 2nd, by Michael in Advice, Liberty, Mindset, Second Amendment. 1 Comment

It’s the gift-giving time of year,  people will be getting and giving firearms, which is a fine tradition and a very exciting thing, particularly for a new shooter.   What inevitably follows are pics and videos posted to social media of trips to the shooting range.  Here are a few tips on what to avoid:

You’re holding it wrong. The biggest problem I see with novice, and even some “experienced” handgun shooters are tea-cup grips, support hand index fingers on the trigger guard, crossed thumbs just waiting to get bitten by the slide and gripping too low.  Here’s how to hold a handgun properly: shooting hand high up on the grip, web of the thumb up in the tang (the curved part of the grip at the top).  The trigger finger should be indexed high on the frame or slide unless … Read More »

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