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Old 07-10-2007, 01:21 PM   #11
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Moviezombie has beaten me to the punch. By all means find out what feels comfortable in your hand, and start from there. If it feels like you are 'shaking hands' with the pistol, be it revolver or semi-auto, the more you will want to practice, and with the practice comes proficiency, and accuracy.
Grip panels may be swapped out for grips with more/less checkering, rubber panels or finger grooves, thicker/thinner grip panels for the custom fit.
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