Fighting the Flinch

There are lots of methods people use to help them defeat the reflex to flinch. My method was so effective that now I don't even blink my eyes when I shoot my Glock 21.

It's not complicated. All it takes is time and money.

Just fire 500 rounds of .44 magnum.

I have a Smith & Wesson Model 629-2 Classic Hunter.

The violence conveyed on the user end of this gun is dramatic to say the least. Impressive may be a better word. The recoil combined with the fireball and the general concussion of the thing usually, literally, shakes the dust from the rafters.

When I put 50 rounds through this little beast and then shoot my .45acp, it feels like a .22lr.

--Plus it is HUGE bruising fun.

4 comments:

Andy said...

Sounds like a good method. I've been known to start a shooting session with 20 slugs through a 12ga shotgun just to set the tone.

George in AZ said...

Good thinking! Just remember, the compressed, surprise break shouldn't involve your wrist.

Anonymous said...

If you get use to shooting that, nothing else will make you flinch.

Old NFO said...

LOL- Good point :-)