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  • Johnnie
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    Pad of my finger for all of my firearms.... rifle, shotgun, and pistol.

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  • huntfishtrap
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    I may be in the minority here, but I use the first joint for all shooting, rifles, handguns, shotguns, etc. May not be "textbook form", but I shoot just fine that way.

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  • 4everAutumn
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    I always use the pad of my finger, no matter the type of firearm I am shooting.

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  • JM
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    -I believe the only time I ever use the joint is when it is cold and I have a thick glove on.
    -I'm not sure, but I may use my joint when taking quick follow up shots with the shotgun/rifle.

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  • Question for all types of firearm shooters. We were discussing it at work as to what part of your finger you press different typ

    Question for all types of firearm shooters. We were discussing it at work as to what part of your finger you press different types of firearm triggers. Such as I use my finger pad to press rifles and semi-auto pistols however for revolvers I use my first finger joint because I seem to pull more smoothly. One of the military guys says he uses the pad of his finger for rifles, another uses the joint. I was taught that using the joint on light triggers can pull the shot since your finger isn't pulling straight back; therefore, what do you guys do for different types of guns? Thanks!!

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