Product Review Dagger Frame x2

Grip angle disappears after more practice. I am a result of it, after shooting mostly my 19, my Dagger and My PMF the grip angle isn't even a thought. I just naturally bring up the gun to sight angle. Never thought about it till it was evident one day. I just think it's more practice that eliminates this perceived problem.
 
I agree. I am "grip angle agnostic." :)
Well I'm trigger pull agnostic.

I didn't say I can't shoot a Glock. I don't prefer to use a Glock for self defense. The micro second it takes to adjust for the grip angle is a micro second I might need to not get dead. I had one Glock, sold it because it took too much thought to aim correctly. If all I had were Glock, I could train it out quickly but that is not the case. I have 40+ years of muscle memory to overcome.

The Dagger angle is slightly different than both Glock and 1911 style. I'm working on it and so far it is a subtle change I compensate for as the sights come up.
 
Well I'm trigger pull agnostic.

I didn't say I can't shoot a Glock. I don't prefer to use a Glock for self defense. The micro second it takes to adjust for the grip angle is a micro second I might need to not get dead. I had one Glock, sold it because it took too much thought to aim correctly. If all I had were Glock, I could train it out quickly but that is not the case. I have 40+ years of muscle memory to overcome.

The Dagger angle is slightly different than both Glock and 1911 style. I'm working on it and so far it is a subtle change I compensate for as the sights come up.
Yeah... trigger pull doesn't matter much to me, either... unless it's just really bad (like my Colt Pony Pocketlite).
 
Well I'm trigger pull agnostic.

I didn't say I can't shoot a Glock. I don't prefer to use a Glock for self defense. The micro second it takes to adjust for the grip angle is a micro second I might need to not get dead. I had one Glock, sold it because it took too much thought to aim correctly. If all I had were Glock, I could train it out quickly but that is not the case. I have 40+ years of muscle memory to overcome.

The Dagger angle is slightly different than both Glock and 1911 style. I'm working on it and so far it is a subtle change I compensate for as the sights come up.
I glue foam wedges on to correct goofy grip angles.
 

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