S&W .500 How to keep your thumb safe!

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7 years 3 weeks ago, 11:50 AM

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Luckily, I did not place my left hand in that position. It took only one round to convince me that I probably was not brave enough to fire another round. After that, the 44 mag felt mild, and my 40S&W felt like a 22.

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7 years 3 weeks ago, 12:04 PM

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done that

with a .44 mag, my thumb was numb for hours. won't do that again

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7 years 3 weeks ago, 2:41 PM

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Yes, reaper it is not a good idea to put your tumb in front of the cylinder of the pistol.

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