Gripping the snub revolver

Gripping the snub revolver

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    Gripping the snub revolver

    A lot of people ask me about how to grip the snub revolver, so I wrote an article about it.

    The proper grip for a small revolver is somewhat different than for an autoloading pistol. This is dictated by the different shape of the revolvers stocks and by the difference in mechanical operations between the revolver and autoloader.

    With a revolver, the grip that works best for most people is known as the ‘thumbs down grip.’ A few shooters may need to modify it to best fit their hands.
    Link to full article.



    Here's some video of me shooting one at speed.

    Last edited by HeadHunter; June 22nd, 2013 at 04:39 PM.
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    That'll work. I put week thumb over back strap though when shooting my LCR. It's thumb over thumb for everything else including autos.
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    Fixed the link.

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    Interesting decoration on that gun there!

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    I'm assuming the blue painter's tape is to signify a training gun and not some newfangled fad?

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    Great shooting, looks like he needs to pick up a little speed on reloading though.

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