Author: YGQ8QFdjbt December 1, 2015 at 02:37:19 from 126.96.36.199 in reply to: modified hard top posted by Rich on August 28, 2014 at 19:48:51
I like the flashlight. I eeilcpasly like the dial down feature, very handy eeilcpasly when I hit a mirror in the shoot house. :-DHave you considered putting a Tiger ring on your light? I prefer the Tiger ring as the lanyard can snag on stuff while clipped to my pocket but this is subjective (as is most of gunnery).Speaking of lanyards, have you considered just hanging the lanyard over your thumb instead of wrapping it around your hand? That way if you need to ditch the light (its on fire, won't turn off, etc.), it just slides off.The lanyard should be two hands long that way you ensure proper control over the light when transitioning positions, clearing malfs (which you will have with flashlights) or reloading. If it were me I'd take those dingleberries off the lanyard. Those silly things always seem to end up in magazine wells at school.As to techniques, you may want to consider holding the light slightly forward on the FBI technique instead of back. Don't worry about illuminating the sights (if you need that, right on top of your head is a good place).On the Harries technique, you may want to try eschewing the syringe hold and hold the torch like a hammer with your thumb on the switch. If your shoulder girdle is tight, then yoga and (as with rifle positions) just getting into the position and holding for a time period (remember the body takes at least 20 seconds to relax into a stretch). Good to do while watching television or movies at home.Just suggestions. I enjoyed the videos very much.Shootin' Buddy
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