What’s wrong with a Teacup pistol grip?

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Re: What’s wrong with a Teacup pistol grip?

Post by SpaceRanger42 »

For a longish time I shot with the grip my first pistol instructors taught me when I took my first safety class just a few years ago. Then I learned a more aggressive thumbs forward grip from a competitive shooter and that worked even better for me. At the end of the day what's best for you is what your body can do.
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Re: What’s wrong with a Teacup pistol grip?

Post by Elmo »

One reason all military pistols where shot 1-handed (as in the 1911 video) through mid-20th century was it had to work for horse cavalry.
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