of it and asked why they were asking, themselves. It seems that someone found Grandpa's old NRA Basic Handgun Safety Book, but had read on line about how not good a 'teacup grip' was. But turns out, there it was in the book with directions on how to use that grip and it was pictured a couple of times. How come it's used?
Rather than bedazzle them with bullsxxt, I said "Good question, let me find out."
I know things and practices change over time, and better ways of doing things evolve, so okay, we like a better way of gripping the pistol. But what was the history, and why was it preferred then?
Thanks in advance.
Edited by Kaeghl, 11 May 2015 - 10:52 AM.