Grip: A force vector towards the hole you want in the target

May 03, 2018

Grip: A force vector towards the hole you want in the target


A key purpose of the grip is to consistently return the gun to sight alignment, and preferably to the same point it was aiming when the shot was sent.

In this video, our co-founder Ron Avery describes the concept of a force vector - a vector being a direction and a magnitude of force that you apply through the bones and joints of your forearm.  

Key points:

- it's a direction
- it's a force
- it is NOT a position, you can do the above from a variety of wrist angles and elbow positions.

 

A key mental thought is "direct this force towards the hole I want in the target".

Success is when the sights automatically return to the sight aligned position, and out to 10 to 15 yards this should be the same hole you hit (if you pulled the trigger correctly).

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