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brl0301 11-15-2012 11:08 AM

revolver class
 
I just took my departments back-up/off duty revolver class yesterday and damn was it painful! 200 rounds through a s&w 642 in just a few short hours is no fun. I usually love shooting but shooting a 2" one handed after already putting 100+ through the gun made me appreciate how nicely a full size handgun handles recoil. The class was a good learning experience but I have a feeling that there were lots of people who left the class with a really bad flinch...

mej16489 11-15-2012 11:52 AM

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Originally Posted by brl0301 (Post 9728477)
I just took my departments back-up/off duty revolver class yesterday and damn was it painful! 200 rounds through a s&w 642 in just a few short hours is no fun. I usually love shooting but shooting a 2" one handed after already putting 100+ through the gun made me appreciate how nicely a full size handgun handles recoil. The class was a good learning experience but I have a feeling that there were lots of people who left the class with a really bad flinch...

Were you using +P or standard loads?

Imagine doing the same training with a 340 shooting .357 mag...that's practically a worker's comp action.

brl0301 11-15-2012 12:10 PM

Thankfully they were just standard loads. I dont know if I would have finished the class with +p stuff.LOL There were people bleeding after the first half of the class

Our duty ammo is +p though.

Samuelx 11-15-2012 10:05 PM

You know you have to take the re-cert class every 6 months, right?

Samuelx 11-15-2012 10:07 PM

haha j/k

A few hundred open hand strikes on the blue headhunter bag and your 2" will no longer bother you... ha

brl0301 11-17-2012 3:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Samuelx (Post 9733096)
You know you have to take the re-cert class every 6 months, right?

lol I dont think I could handle that...


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