Monday, October 04, 2021

Raise the grip, lower the axis.

The ability to get one's grip way up high on the back of the gun is one of the things I love about Smith Centennials and Bodyguards as well as Ruger LCRs. There's a lot of detail on the whys and wherefores of the topic in this post at Revolver Guy. The main thing is to do adequate dry-fire, because having the web of the hand above the trigger finger like that can induce some weird trigger-pull artefacts if one is not careful.

Snubbies on the line in Claude Werner's class at Tac-Con '18.