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Old February 10, 2000, 06:34 PM   #3
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Join Date: February 10, 2000
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Dick, Your friend is pretty much correct. Once you find a load that funtions well in your pistol, it's fine for either sandbags or offhand. If you want to improve your offhand, practice, practice, practice. Practice at the range, practice at home. Dryfire at home, or if you're opposed to that, at least hold the pistol in a shooting postion to get use to holding a chunk of steel at arms length.
Also, your sight picture may change a bit when you go from sandbag to offhand.

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