So I published this video, Why Can't I Shoot A Glock?
And I get this comment;
You're shooting low left because you have an ulnar deviation instead of a radial deviation in your dominant shooting hand wrist. This is a fancy way of saying that you're exerting more force towards the beavertail area. Instead, it's better to exert force towards the lower backstrap. While you're doing this, just let the gun do its thing and don't fight the recoil.
Joining me to discuss this is the commenter, USPSA GrandMaster Tony Wong.
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