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Old December 31, 2018, 11:21 PM   #19
Bartholomew Roberts
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Location: Texas and Oklahoma area
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No, I haven’t. I’m probably in the low six figures on pistol live fire and have never had it happen to me. When using a new pistol, I usually pick a reference point on the pistol to place my weak thumb against. Worst I’ve had happen is on some pistols, I apply enough force to the slide stop to cause it not to lock back on the last round.

I’ve probably fired less than 1,000 rounds through revolvers. Obviously, you want to keep meaty parts away from the cylinder gap; but the principle remains the same - the more the handgun in is contact with your hands, the less it can move around under recoil.
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