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Why is it???

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by seaswol, Aug 8, 2012.

  1. seaswol

    seaswol NRA Life Member

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    When I shoot with my middle finger, either right or left handed, (I'm cross eyed dominant), I am more accurate. This happens with my 2 1911's, 10+ Glocks and now a Kahr PM9. I am always cautious about slide bite. The one problem is fast follow up shots. But timed shooting, the "middle finger" is the best. WTF?? Also I shoot any rifle\shotgun better left handed, I think this goes back to when I was 4 and broke my collar bone and could only handle a single shot rifle left handed. Yes, my father and brother started me young out in the back yard, never shot a pellet gun.
    Chris
     
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  2. youngdocglock

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    Its because you use your pointer finger to stabilize the weapon more than holding it normally, If you put a laser on your weapon and point it at the wall. no matter how steady your hand it will shake,if you do it with your pointer finger along the frame rail and your middle in the trigger guard.....shakes less. However.........the recoil must be a ****.