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    I like to put a finger from my left hand on the outside of the trigger guard - on the front of it. I started doing that about 5 years ago, and I find it works best for me. I'm so used to it now that when I try to shoot w/o doing that, I don't shoot as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck
    I like to put a finger from my left hand on the outside of the trigger guard - on the front of it. I started doing that about 5 years ago, and I find it works best for me. I'm so used to it now that when I try to shoot w/o doing that, I don't shoot as well.
    Yeah I have seen some people do that but have never tryed it my self. Maybe I should give it a try

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    Well, I find that it helps steady the gun - some guns even have checkering there.

    Others say that it can pull the gun down when you fire. I guess it just depends on how U manage to do it - it may not be for everyone. I just tried it for fun once and have done it ever since - I think I started in 98 or 99 (doing that)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck
    Well, I find that it helps steady the gun - some guns even have checkering there.

    Others say that it can pull the gun down when you fire. I guess it just depends on how U manage to do it - it may not be for everyone. I just tried it for fun once and have done it ever since - I think I started in 98 or 99 (doing that)...
    Yeah I will have to give that a try. Both my HK and Beretta have checkering there.

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    The only time I do not do that is if I am shooting my Glock 34 w/ the Glocklight attached...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck
    The only time I do not do that is if I am shooting my Glock 34 w/ the Glocklight attached...
    Odviously

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