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Advice glock 22

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by greeneggsandsam, Nov 1, 2012.

  1. greeneggsandsam


    Jul 6, 2012
    Howdy! Just thought I'd ask GT for some shooting advice since I'm a beginner. I've been learning to shoot with the G22 and I feel like it has helped me grow learning to shoot with the .40 cal; however, you can obviously tell I have much to improve on as noted by the shot groupings on the targets below. When shooting with my 40-9 conversion barrel my groupings and accuracy are MUCH better and it feels more comfortable on the hands as compared to shooting .40. Ideally I'd like to one day master shooting my G22 so I'd like some shooting tips, like do I grip more with my left or right hand, and how do I work on my follow up shots for a higher rate of fire? (whenever I try to shoot faster I end up shooting way low). Please let me know if there's any drills or exercises that will help me with accuracy, and follow up shots. Thanks guys.


    170 rounds of 180 gr FMJ at around 8-9 yards. The bottom row of targets is where I tried one handed and some double rapid shots. As you can see I had some low fliers
  2. WarEagle 1

    WarEagle 1 Taco Tuesday

    Feb 15, 2012
    Only way you'll master it is by practice, practice, practice, whether your dry firing or actually shooting. Here's a video that might help about grip....