"Shooter's Wrist"

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"Shooter's Wrist"

Post by Ryan » Mon Jul 20, 2015 3:18 am

Tactical Performance Center: Wrist tension for automatic recoil recovery.
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Re: "Shooter's Wrist"

Post by ClearRight » Tue Jul 21, 2015 9:59 pm

Never seen it explained quite like that. Ron Avery knows his business.
Wrist tension is extremely important when shooting handguns. I know of one shooter who experienced "brass to face" with all their issued Glocks. Turned out, they just needed to tilt their weak hand forward slightly and lock out that wrist. Problem disappeared completely instantly. That's what I love about being a firearms instructor - all those individual little quirks that you and the shooter have to work out together. No one student is the same.
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