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Old June 24, 2021, 05:53 AM   #14
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Join Date: September 22, 2009
Location: Somewhere in Idaho, near WY
Posts: 500
From my experience, you will adapt. Years ago, about 23 to be exact, I broke my hand and the knuckle for the little finger was basically destroyed. Even today, when making a fist the finger cannot fold over. It took some practice and training, but after about two weeks of returning to work I was able to qualify as good as I did prior to the damage.
I give MY OPINION (not often) based on many years shooting at, other than paper targets. I will not debate my experience vs. your experience based on dreams and "what ifs." I'm 73; I'm too damn old to care.
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