Hi everyone. New Glock 23 (gen 3) owner here.. I've shot other handguns before but this is actually the first handgun I've ever owned. I want badly to like this Glock but after just having shot it I don't know if it's right for me. But before I rush out to trade it in on a new piece I'd like to see if you guys can offer some tips or products to remedy the problem. It's a tough one to articulate but I'll do my best so here goes... I have long, skinny hands/fingers. Big, but skinny... I'm a slender 6'4" to give you an idea... Large palms and fingers (but slender). So here's my dilemma: In grasping a high and tight grip near the bore axis the middle-to-low portion of my palm forms a "cup" of space from approximately the middle finger and down to the ring finger portion of my palm. So it's tight up top in the thumb web but then loses any semblance of contact on the weapon in my palm in the area parallel just around the palm portion of my middle finger. Then when I'm pulling the trigger, I can feel that cup of space wanting to fill throughout the pull, and naturally see the sight picture canting usually down and to the right. The only compromise is to lessen the tight top grip and have more palm in contact to maintain control, but then the gun snaps too hard upon firing and I lose all consistency in my grip and have to re-adjust after every shot. My pinky hangs off the bottom, which is no big deal, but that space parallel from my middle finger in the palm is an absolute buzz kill. I wouldn't think this is something I should just have to live with, given I've handled other weapons and notice that area of space being filled and form fitted. So what if anything can I get to remedy the issue? Thanks in advance... Wanna kill these ads? We can help!