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Post by greener » Sun Feb 24, 2013 8:58 pm

Today was single action revolver day because it has been a while since I've shot them. Sometime during the range session I starting shooting a few high and right. If you shoot lot's of rounds at one 50' bullseye target you can get a really clear pattern of the problem. Not sure if it is because I tend not to grip as strongly because of my tennis elbow or I was actually heeling. Tightening up on the grip made the black disappear.

I'm thinking about trying something like Hogue finger grips to see if they make gripping easier. Has anyone tried them?

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Post by ruger22 » Mon Feb 25, 2013 11:33 am

Tried the Hogue Monogrip on a Single-Six. Nice feel and tightened my groups, but butt-ugly......... :(
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Post by greener » Mon Feb 25, 2013 1:00 pm

ruger22 wrote:Tried the Hogue Monogrip on a Single-Six. Nice feel and tightened my groups, but butt-ugly......... :(
That was my opinion of their looks on the BH & SS.

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