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Post by Dehumanizer Mon Apr 19, 2021 1:01 pm

Anyone that has read my posts knows I am always looking to find the perfect grip. I am a fan of volquartsen and have the laminated grip on my SW22. When I put my scorpion together I looked high and low for a way to put a grip on the 22/45 frame. I figured I would try a sleeve first to get an idea of finger placement. I was shooting with it on Saturday and was averaging around 85 a string. But that damn sleeve kept getting in the way of the magazine and twisting. I was losing my mind. I finally ripped it off and shot the last string without it. BOOM a 94 on a rapid fire string. Wait... What?

So I go back to the range to sight in my sig Romeo 5 (I am constantly changing my sights trying different things) slow fire 25 yards 5 shots 3X's and 2 10s... Then my gun stopped working because my sear spring got hung up somehow and got bent. Tried to fix it @ the range but ran out of time. Then I get home and swapped out the spring in 15 minutes... Go figure.

Going again tonight and I hope the success continues. 

Someone told me when I first posted here not to worry about grips. I am starting to believe them. I will post my result from tonight if work doesn't have me working late.

What is it for you ergo or slab grip?

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Post by Dehumanizer Mon Apr 19, 2021 7:27 pm

Shot pretty well. Worked on my 50 yard and concentrated on my follow through. So it appears I will be sticking with my slabs. For now. We will see how they fare in 90 degree Florida weather.

Can't wait for next weekend Wink

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Post by LenV Mon Apr 19, 2021 8:16 pm

Out of curiosity what is a SW22?
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Post by Dcforman Mon Apr 19, 2021 8:37 pm

S&W Victory?

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Post by LenV Mon Apr 19, 2021 11:44 pm

Or a 41, 46 all the 17 's or an actual S&W Model 22. Like this one. I was just curious which one slabs fit.Gimme that SLAB! 20180118
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Post by Dehumanizer Tue Apr 20, 2021 6:04 am

SW22 is a victory

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Post by Rick H. Fri Apr 23, 2021 9:50 am

Along time ago some really good shooters told me it takes at least 1000 rounds per change to really see a difference and if it helps you or hurts you.  Case in point, a gentleman just sold his brand new Sig P210 Target after only putting 200 rounds thru it claiming it didn't shoot any better than his other pistols.  He never gave himself a chance "to grow into" that pistol and really get familiar with it.  Same goes for any other changes one makes such as sights, grips etc.  Make a single change and shoot the gun, never make multiple changes unless absolutely necessary.

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Post by Dehumanizer Fri Apr 23, 2021 3:35 pm

Rick H. wrote:Along time ago some really good shooters told me it takes at least 1000 rounds per change to really see a difference and if it helps you or hurts you.  Case in point, a gentleman just sold his brand new Sig P210 Target after only putting 200 rounds thru it claiming it didn't shoot any better than his other pistols.  He never gave himself a chance "to grow into" that pistol and really get familiar with it.  Same goes for any other changes one makes such as sights, grips etc.  Make a single change and shoot the gun, never make multiple changes unless absolutely necessary.

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That would require me to stop buying things. What's the fun in that? Smile

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