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Old February 9, 2013, 10:11 PM   #11
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A few things you might try:

1) Buy some Hogue grips. They're cheap and make recoil absorption into the hand much smoother, so you're less likely to flinch. I love them on my P226.

2) Try the 9mm barrel, spring, and mags in your .40 P229. Then you can be 100% confident it's not a difference in the gun.

3) Remember consciously, the bullet is long gone by the time you feel and can react to recoil, so trying to compensate for accuracy is pointless. I know this is a hard one and I continue to struggle with it
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