Thread: New Ruger
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Old December 26, 2012, 07:31 PM   #7
Chowder
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Don't try to physically stop all of the recoil motion. Let it roll back into your hand just a little. With that barrel that gun should be pretty easy to contol with full power loads. If the rear of the triggerguard slaps you on your knuckle you will either have to change your grip or change the gun's grips. If you don't reload you really should think about it. Reloading will allow you to shoot many more rounds from that gun for the same money you'll end up spending on factory loads.
Thanks for the advice. I do plan on reloading eventually I just don't have the space right now do be able to have the set up I want. In less than a year I will be moving and will have much more space so I might start collecting the equipment before I move.
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