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    I haven't had the problem with the stock Sig grips even after doing lots of greasy food or working with oils restoring flood-damaged guns etc. I could see it being an issue with some of the rubber grips, though.
    Driver carries less than $45 worth of remorse.


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    maybe the answer is practice. go out to the hills, oil up your hands and practice shoooting all slippery. Good excuse for a picnic of KFC

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    QK, put me down for a copy....... Looks like a must have and a best seller!
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    The Book

    "QK, put me down for a copy....... Looks like a must have and a best seller!"

    The book is selling decently well, my Mom & my Sister have promised to buy a copy. So...that's four total...so far...I think.

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    Serious Issue

    Kompact9:
    You jest, but did you know that every 94.7 seconds someone is shot dead with a handgun while consuming foodstuffs? No, this is not a total world statistic - this is a statistic for the STATE OF TEXAS ALONE.
    Think about it...That person eating fried chicken could be a friend or loved one...
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    Place the piece of chicken between the thumb and forefinger of the weak hand with the pinky in the raised position...no self respecting BG would ever attack during the gastronomic vulnerability with that pose.

    Best,

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    Great Post.

    Now I know why even growing up in the South somebody made grow up hating chicken in all it's form. Wings!!!!!!

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    Let's not go down that slippery slope!

    When you outlaw fried chicken, only Outlaws will have fried chicken!


    To those of you who would do so, I say, "You can have my fried chicken when you pry it from my cold, dead, greasy hands!



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    Chris...

    I use the Blue Jean Draw- I learned this when I got my first pair of blue jeans as a wee brat. Oh the pockets were neat for carrying lizards and stuff, jeans clean anything off one's hands...

    As weak hand goes to mid-section, strong hand had "whipped" the grease off hand from the back of leg , strong hand continues with normal draw stroke.

    If seated, one wipes top of leg and continues with draw stroke.

    Takes longer with sticky stuff, principle the same.

    Not a bad idea to wipe weak hand on mid-section of shirt either...

    I harp about gun fit, this encompasses a LOT of things. Including how the stocks/ grips actually work, how allows one a proper grip when hands wet, bloody, cold, greasy sticky....

    No assurance one will have a nice sunshine day, standing on soft grass, and have all the time in the world when the balloon goes up to get a textbook perfect draw, and presentation.
    Use Enough Gun

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    ill take a Copy Also QK

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