Today we will show you how a slight difference in grip method can result in a limp wrist failure causing a stovepipe, failure to extract, or failure to eject [FTE]. We’ll do a live fire, slow-motion demo on how improper grip [i.e. limp wristing] can make an otherwise reliable gun fail almost every time. We will do the demo using a Glock 42, .380 ACP to show you what causes limp wrist failures and how to prevent them using proper technique.

LINK FROM THE VIDEO: Three Ways to Grip Your Pistol:

Limp Wrist Failures: Diagnose, Fix and Prevent User-Induced Stovepipes and FTE’s

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