Tammy Glock Firearm Non Male.........

This is a discussion on Tammy Glock Firearm Non Male......... within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by Zundfolge In the photo of Betty, its obvious that she's aiming the gun and about to shoot ... in the original photo ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zundfolge
    In the photo of Betty, its obvious that she's aiming the gun and about to shoot ... in the original photo posted of Tammy, unless she's at a radical faction type of wedding or something, there's no reason to have her finger on the trigger with it pointed in the air.
    Although it doesn't bother me, that IS a good point.
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    I'm very picky about how I'm photographed with guns. It's important to portray safe gun handling. I only have the finger on the trigger if I'm simulating a "shooting," and guns are checked, re-checked, and re-re-checked. "Shooting at the viewer" shots are easy with a long shutter release cord or a self-timer.

    On-trigger "just posing" photos like QK's gun non-male in this thread made my skin crawl. I've come across others where the model is sitting with the muzzle resting on her own chin.

    Some shots can be easily photoshopped. I did an up-the-nose one with my "booger picker" NAA Mini, one with the frame up the nostril, combined with one of the cylinder. I really cranked some people with that one.
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    Great info to remind all of us on the importance of safety, safety, safety while utilizing a weapon for either display, or a photo shoot. NOW, that NAA "booger picker pic" would be "quite insteresting" to say the least hehehehehehe (and ducking) Just kidding you Betty
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    I should point out that I do not condone pointing the gun (empty or not) in unsafe directions (in this case, at the model or the photographer). I was only referring to "finger on trigger".

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    For Betty, Is the above pic of you the real way that you hold your weapon? (with the finger in front of the trigger guard) This is the way that I was taught to shoot combat many years ago and still shoot to this day.(combat not target) I don't see many people that use this form of grip. I use it for both pistol and revo,pulling back rather hard on the front of the trigger guard. Some of the gun "guru's" that I have talked to say that this form pulls your weapon to the side for less accuracy and makes it take longer to get back on target. I have found this not to be the case for me personally. I don't teach this to my students but let them give it a try if they want to. Some stick with it --- but most do not. -----------

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    RSSZ...I was taight the very same way as Betty holds her weapon, and as you were taught that Combat hold. The old theory was, if you held you weapon in the manner that we were taught, the weapon would shoot to one side... I've never found it to be true, and even today, I'm shooting my weapons the very same way (as we were taught)
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    Huh, there's guns in those pictures eh?
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    I shoot that way with most handguns. I can achieve a better grip with my small hands with the left finger around the front of the trigger guard because it makes my left hand wrap further around the front. I get a "push forward with right, push back with left" effect that helps reduce the gun from jumping.
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    If Tammy's gun goes off she will definatly lose her hearing in that ear and possibly get burns on her fase from the blast. Pluss who knows where the bullet might land.

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    hmmm We don't seem to get many visitors anymore
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    Quote Originally Posted by raevan
    hmmm We don't seem to get many visitors anymore
    That's hard to believe
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    10-4 your comment ref. the push/counter push, Betty. This weapon grip will also help to eleminate "limp wristing". The weapon is pulled fairly hard back against the heel of your hand. It's kinda like holding a rifle back hard against your shoulder.---------

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    Tammy's pic - is that a pair of mouseguns 'top side'??
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    You can tell a person who has not had any training.
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    They both look great to me!!
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