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Old February 12, 2020, 01:58 PM   #2
T. O'Heir
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What kind of handgun shooting? ISS Bullseye will have you holding the handgun, that can weigh a couple pounds(A Smith M41 weighs 46.4 ounces. Almost 3 pounds.), out on the end of your arm. Puts strain on the elbow joint.
Never had the issue when I was shooting bullseye, but I had a repetitive motion injury from working long ago. Lifting heavy parts repeatedly. Took a while but it went away by itself. Workman's Comp, of course, denied my claim.
I suspect an MD would tell you to stop shooting until you're healed. If you're repeatedly re-damaging yourself, I suspect you may need more serious medical treatment. There may be more damage than you think.
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