Originally Posted by brianfede
Assuming that his grip is what it should be, and trigger technique is, at least, adequate then: If a right-handed shooter with a bad, ‘left and low’ problem were to straighten out his support (left-side) arm, slightly bend his gun hand elbow, and slightly cant his gun hand wrist in a downward direction, do you know what’s going to happen WHEN that pistol shooter pushes his gun hand into his grasping support hand (and arm)?
THE SHOOTER WILL, QUITE NATURALLY, FIND IT TO BE EXTREMELY DIFFICULT TO DROP HIS SHOTS INTO EITHER THE LEFT SIDE, OR THE LOWER LEFT QUADRANT OF HIS TARGET!
Above is a quote from Arc Angel and I think this is excellent advice.
Wow! Someone who reads internet gun forums AND actually pays attention! My compliments, Sir!
(I really sweated and worked hard to learn and verify these things; sometimes I question myself for, 'just giving it all away'. I don't need, 'the glory'; but I hold other strong personal reasons for being willing to share. Were I a younger man I might not - I daresay, I would not - act or feel this way.)
Thanks for the compliment!