Shaking Hand(s) with my VP9

Try to hold the grip more with support hand and loosen up strong hand a bit.

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Ok, will give it a try next time at the range. Thanks for the info.

Thanks

Dave

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It seems that a tighter grip with the support hand works for me. Thanks. Now, for more practice.

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A 2021-06-23 07-49-26

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Thought I’d share this. :us::pray:t3::us:

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Place you hands where they belong using a “steady” (think handshake) firm grip. Tighten your grip (but not a death grip) as you bring your firearm on target. Fire. Relax grip then re-tighten for the next shot (obviously not applicable for double-taps). Extend your arms, but do not lock your elbows. If you are not getting shots off in a timely fashion, drop your hands to low ready, take a breath, and try again. If you are shooting a .40, .45, or a magnum round, try a 9mm or .380 to see if the problem goes away.

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