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Discussion in 'Firearm Training' started by CharlieWH2O, May 11, 2019.
Thanks for sharing. Seems they were taught to always keep their finger on the trigger also. Ha Ha Good thing a few things have been changed over the years.
I see a lot of things in that video that are totally taboo. I have often wondered where the Teacup grip came from. It does seem more effective than Dirty Harry's two hands grip.
Dirty Harry always hits what he's shooting at. That's why he shoots a .44 magnum.
So he says.
When I went through CLEET in the early eighties, we were qualifying with revolvers and the instructors were teaching the cup and saucer grip. Later on they went to The Weaver grip and a few year before I retired they were shifting to the Isosceles grip.
According to this article two more have been added.