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Old January 24, 2013, 08:50 PM   #11
chris in va
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This isn't racquetball. Your wrists need to be locked.

Pretend you are trying to control a writhing snake trying to bite you. Watch videos of competition shooters, you'll see the tendons and muscles in their arms popping out.

Now you'll get a lot more muzzle flip with smaller polymer 45's than racegun all-steel versions. There's still an element of control necessary with the larger calibers.
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