Hi all! I'm quickly becoming a huge fan of (real) 10mm loads. Even in small g29 the recoil is not too bad (even when compared to my previous firearm - g19). But, as a relative novice, I want to further improve my recoil management skills. I wonder if there are any solid tips for managing recoil for small-frame pistols, like g29, while using heavy and hot ammo loads? From my research, here are some tips I've found: - squeeze the handle hard (40% force trigger hand; 60% support hand) - bring elbows and shoulders up some to make the gun move more back and forth, rather then up and down during recoil cycle - aggressive stance (knees a bit more bent, feet a bit farther apart, torso a bit more forward) - right hand (if you are right-handed) as high on the handle as possible - pistol grip enhancement (stippling, skateboard tape, mag well extender/plate for pinky, etc.) - work on upper body and grip strength (forearms, palms, shoulders, triceps, biceps, chest) Any thoughts on these? Any other suggestions/ideas (as well as links and any useful references) on this topic? I appreciate all the advice and help with this! Wanna kill these ads? We can help!