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I talked to one of my friends that I was deployed with today and he had a work place accident, his right hand index finger got cut off at the first knuckle that right his trigger finger :shocked: . He told me he has already tried shooting with middle finger and it works ok. May is trigger finger rest in peace. :crying: :angel:
 

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My father-in-law lost his trigger finger at the second knuckle years ago. He has no problem using his middle finger to pull the trigger on a rifle, but says it doesn't work on a pistol. With only his ring finger and pinky on the grip, he can't control any recoil. He's never liked shooting left-handed, so he just doesn't shoot handguns.
 

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I talked to one of my friends that I was deployed with today and he had a work place accident, his right hand index finger got cut off at the first knuckle that right his trigger finger :shocked: .
That's too bad. He ought to try the "Point and Shoot" method as seen here:



Although it takes a little training and is not as accurate as other methods, it is very fast and has been shown to be effective for self-defense situations.
 

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mr_blove said:
I talked to one of my friends that I was deployed with today and he had a work place accident, his right hand index finger got cut off at the first knuckle that right his trigger finger :shocked: . He told me he has already tried shooting with middle finger and it works ok. May is trigger finger rest in peace. :crying: :angel:
:crying:
That is a crying shame. Makes picking your nose tough too....
 
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