at close range that is the only way to shoot, You can be extremely accurate with point shooting . Skeet shooters do it all the time. Also practice makes perfect ;Da996hawk said:Any of you guys ever practice point shooting with the P3AT? My experience has shown it have better than average point shooting ergonomics at 5-7 yards by keeping all 7 shots in CM of a B-27 Target.
I agree. If I put my wrist in what I would consider a natural position for shooting, the P3AT is always pointing down.gau5gunner said:Actually, I find the 3at difficult to transition to after shooting a j frame or Glock. While the latter guns require a more natural downward wrist lock, the 3at needs the opposite, a more upward wrist position.