Before anyone asks I am 21 years old and calling myself a boy due to certain personal reasons.
My name is Marty and unlike most of the people of my age group I understand rule of law and the constitution of the united states.
Saturday I took my ccw course and tomorrow I apply for the licence at the sheriffs department. You have to set up a meeting in advance or you just agitate them.
My lifes goal is to be a police officer and revolutionize the way law enforcment works. To do that I joined this forum to learn about diffrent ways to operate weapons.
My favorite pistol is the Stoeger cougar. Not to big not too small. Comes in 3 calibers that being 9mm,40 and 45acp. When it was produced by Beretta was available in 357 sig.
I have yet to hear anything about this pistol that I didn't like other than someone said with wood grips it looked like a 1911. But that individual agitated me with their extreme lack of knowledge.I'm not the smartest person but I'm pretty sure my cougar looks nothing like a 1911.
I shoot left handed and have just recently started shooting.
My groups are very tight at 21 feet but I shoot low and to the right. Could be the ammo, could be the firearm.
I make youtube videos as a hobby.
But that is enough about me. Just thought I would say hello
Welcome! Good luck with the career, and the shooting.
I always shoot a little left when I get a little further back. My problem is I squeeze the grip a little too hard. I know what I'm doing, just can't fix it ha. I still get them all on target though, just generally left side.
Welcome from the Kansas side. I shoot handguns left handed also and have had the same problem. It may take a slight hand adjustment on the grip to fix that Are you left or right eye dominant? That may also make a difference. course some of the experts here may know better than I do
As an old retired cop I wish you luck in revolutionising police work. Not trying to be funny either, I do seriously wish you luck. I will offer this advice about police work. Treat folks the way YOU would want to be treated if the situation was reversed. My first training officer in 1970 taught me that.