Gunnysway wrote:Have you checked her on-hand grip? Sounds like she may be leaving a small gap between finger and gaurd? A soft grip and a small gap may be the problem. I would guess the trigger gaurd slap is happening when the pistol returns to full battery...?
Gunnysway wrote:Careful not to have her choke the crap out of the grip. I would be looking at how high on the grip her hand rests. It should be snug to the frame with no gaps.
Also the grip of her off hand will be similarly important.
Push forward slightly with her on hand. Pull back slightly with her off hand. Then be prepared to be out shot...
Gunnysway wrote:This is best for the application of self defense... Shoot a lot and get used to it. Remember that Glock has a relatively short trigger reset. Have her try to utilize it.
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