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I had the same issue with one of the pistols.I participate in weekly steel shoot for the past few weeks and I keep shooting low and left. Any suggestions on drills to do to get my grip right with the quick draw? Shooting S&W 9mm full size
To some extent yes. But a lighter trigger pull doesn’t make up for a lack of fundamentals. Most people who start shooting pistol without some basic guidance will develop bad habits immediately.A lighter trigger pull may help
This. The problem isn’t your grip.Stop flinching, learn to call your shots. Its all mental
This is exactly what I was going to say. Especially mixing snapcaps into the mag.You're most likely anticipating the recoil and dipping your hands down. I suggest dry firing and after that some more dry firing. View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUadUOC7FJk
Check out this video with Doug Koenig.
Also, randomly put in a couple of dummy rounds when you practice live firing. That's a sure way to know if your muzzle dips down anticipating the recoil. Good luck.
Dry firing is great but realize what it can and cannot do.Thank you all for the help!!! I'm going to work on dry firing and isolation of each movement. Is it ok to dry fire?
One of the best little sayings I've heard is:Dry fire is awesome for practicing your draw and reload, make sure your are practicing correct form, you don't want to have to unlearn hours of mistakes
9mm full. Not the 2.0
If you mean fine for the gun? Yes. Dry firing only damages the gun if its rim-fire. Center-fire is good to go.Thank you all for the help!!! I'm going to work on dry firing and isolation of each movement. Is it ok to dry fire?
Mostly. Some center fire that have stupid mag disconnects can have problems. I know one Ruger and think others have this problem. Don't forget snap caps, too.If you mean fine for the gun? Yes. Dry firing only damages the gun if its rim-fire. Center-fire is good to go.