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Old December 9, 2009, 11:29 AM   #53
Glenn E. Meyer
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Join Date: November 17, 2000
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I practiced for the one handed, nondominant hand shooting experience by:

1. Signing up for an injured shooter class with KRtraining in Texas and for LFI-1.

2. Before the class, I fell down and broke my wrist, sprained my ankle and ribs.

3. Went to the classes in cast, ankle set up, etc.

Since one can fall down in an incident, using one hand and the nomdominant hand is a good thing to know. The awful thing is when you shoot better with the nondominant hand - Bah!!
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