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Old February 26, 2015, 06:13 PM   #28
Frank Ettin
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Originally Posted by Snyper
Why do you think everyone has to do things your way to be both?

There is no "one size fits all" when it comes to shooting efficiently.

The "latest styles" are not always better than what was used before.

They are merely different.

Their popularity comes from "monkey see, monkey do" in many cases, when the older ways have always worked for most.

http://www.handgunsmag.com/tactics-t...e-combat-grip/
Did I say that there's only one way to do anything?

But certain techniques have proven themselves more efficient, and certain techniques have been shown to be less efficient. In this case, for quick, accurate shooting either the "thumbs forward" or the "thumb-over-thumb" have been demonstrated to be effective -- when properly used.

The "teacup" is demonstrably less efficient. You'll notice that the article you linked to didn't mention the teacup grip as a viable option.
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