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1/12/10 9:03 PM
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Owen Gregg
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1/13/10 3:10 AM
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Skpotamus
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Where are you getting slide bite? I've never seen anyone get one from a glock before.
1/13/10 2:49 PM
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1/14/10 2:40 AM
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Skpotamus
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That thread you posted pretty much sums up what my advice would be. The problem pic posted in that thread showed the glock at an angle in the guys grip. The front sight should be inline with the tip of your elbow, you want your hand to be below the beaver tail, like the pictures at the bottom of the first page. Also, his trigger finger looks like it's riding the frame. The only place the trigger finger should make contact is with the pad, flat on the trigger. Think about making a sandwhich of your finger with the trigger face and your fingernail as the bread. You want your sandwhich flat and even. Here's a video by Todd Jarrett showing grip and stuff.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysa50-plo48
1/15/10 11:11 AM
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3/6/10 11:32 AM
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Demitrius Barbito
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I would add the following as basic advice:

Always establish your grip at the holster. It should be a firm handshake and should not need to be readjusted at anytime due to poor placement.

There should be no space between the web of your hand and the tang of the weapon.

There should be no space between your middle finger and the trigger guard as your index finger sits along the side of the frame pointing at your target.

Your thumb should sit along the opposite side of the frame point forward, not curled down. (This way it provides an open spot for the thumb of your support hand.)

The fingers of the support hand should wrap around the dominant hand fingers and should also come up to the trigger guard with no space.

In a Weaver stance, shooting at long distances, the dominant hand should be pushing out towards the target and the support hand should be pulling back against it slightly to create a stable upper body platform.

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