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Proper Pistol Grip - Navy SEAL Teaches How to Grip a Pistol

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, March 21, 2018
  • Learn how to get proper pistol grip from a Navy SEAL firearms instructor. Instantly shoot like a Navy SEAL using these drills and tips.

    A bad pistol grip is the cause of most misses in shooting and all great shooters know the importance of proper pistol grip. So in this video you'll learn how to grip a pistol, why what most people teach is wrong, and how to test your pistol grip to make sure it will work for you.

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    I am a retired Navy SEAL Sniper instructor and the bestselling author of “How to Shoot Like Navy SEAL” and “Navy SEAL Shooting.” I founded The New Rules of Marksmanship which helps you become a better shooter at home, while saving you time and money.

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  • Chris Sajnog

    Chris Sajnog

     2 months ago +72

    In 2009, I came home from a deployment and my oldest son, who was 3 or 4 at the time, wouldn’t eat for almost 2 weeks... Being a father I was obviously concerned, so I asked him about it and his answer really hit me hard… He said, “Dad, if I eat I’ll grow up and if I grow up I’ll become a daddy. And if I become a daddy, I’ll have to leave my family.” My boys barely knew who I was and I couldn’t let them grow up without a father...

    I realized at that moment my family needed me a lot more than the Navy needed another SEAL. So I put in for retirement the next day…

    Back then I knew I wanted to be with my family more than anything, so I made changes in my life that allowed me to be at home.

    We all want more time to spend with the people we love or doing the things we love. That’s why I’m here to help!

    Once you read my New Rules of Marksmanship you will learn how you can stay at home, and save time and money while you improve your shooting! I promise this works… try it now: https://chrissajnog.com/newrules/ http://snip.ly/vqtwv4

  • mic_t_oxnard

    mic_t_oxnard

     6 hours ago +1

    Thank you for your service, sir and thank you even more for your dedication to your family and sharing that with all of your followers. Simple messages like that get lost in our every day lives. Family first.

  • FULLMETALCAR157 43

    FULLMETALCAR157 43

     3 days ago +1

    Dam good video feels a lot better then the way i was holding my firearm got to work on it though

  • J U S T I C E

    J U S T I C E

     4 days ago

    The best advice in the world! You are legit man!

  • Stephen

    Stephen

     5 days ago +2

    Wow, I'm so glad I found this video. I just bought my first hand gun and want to learn correct grip and the reasons why it is correct. Thanks!

  • emptech

    emptech

     6 days ago +1

    I certainly agree with you, a proper grip is most fundamental along with a proper stance, but shouldn't the first thing you do before such practice or training, make sure the firearm is unloaded and made safe? I guess it's my NRA training that is kicking in.

    I've taken a lot of firearms courses and proper grip is something they seem to assume you know. It was Massad Ayoob who had us try different grips and stances to find how they compared. Now I'll continue watching. Jim

  • emptech

    emptech

     6 days ago +1

    I certainly agree with you, a proper grip is most fundamental along with a proper stance, but shouldn't the first thing you do before such practice or training, make sure the firearm is unloaded and made safe? I guess it's my NRA training that is kicking in.

    I've taken a lot of firearms courses and proper grip is something they seem to assume you know. It was Massad Ayoob who had us try different grips and stances to find how they compared. Now I'll continue watching. Jim

  • Nick slowSTI

    Nick slowSTI

     6 days ago +1

    I really wish I had watched this video before WASTING 200 rounds today at the range.

  • Far-Mar Acres HOMESTEADING and SELF SUSTAINING

    Far-Mar Acres HOMESTEADING and SELF SUSTAINING

     7 days ago +2

    Awesome, Awesome, Awesome. Thanks Brother In Arms. The Front Sight Video Was Also Amazing. It Really Works. I'm 60 and it changed my whole way of shooting. Wish I was 18 again. Lol.

  • S Richey

    S Richey

     7 days ago

    Ita hard to see your gun with the black shirt..

  • lukeslc

    lukeslc

     7 days ago

    I have watched 5 or 6 videos on gripping the gun, and this one makes the most sense.

  • David Vincent

    David Vincent

     7 days ago +4

    My wife is getting into shooting so I had her watch this video first. We went to the range and her shooting and understanding increased immensely. We both shot better. Excellent video.... Basics! Basics! Basics!


    Thank you Chris

  • M A

    M A

     7 days ago

    Acknowledgment from a pro mental note taken..

  • mothman1967

    mothman1967

     7 days ago

    If you have something in our hand, or you are behind some object, or you are otherwise encumbered, always request that any assailant stop momentarily so that you can get into proper position. They would be less than a gentleman if they failed to comply. OTHERWISE, learn to shoot with one hand, including the non-dominant hand, practice shooting to either side, and from various positions. In reality, a person who means to do you harm will NOT give you time to "strike a pose".

  • Michael Araiza

    Michael Araiza

     7 days ago

    I was a Glock 19 and a safariland 6360 duty holster and I have a problem getting a solid grip when drawing from the holster. Any advice on how to establish a solid grip when drawing from the holster. I think the problem is because the holster covers most of glock 19 handle. When go on target from the from holster I’m always adjusting my geip

  • FMJ Hollowpoint

    FMJ Hollowpoint

     14 days ago

    Oh my god....you didn’t check for empty! Oh my god....you pointed at the camera!...oh my god....you pointed at ME! You almost killed me. Oh my god...this was so disturbing.

  • Richard Wallinger

    Richard Wallinger

     14 days ago +1

    good grip advice .. and my left thumb  is used to pull my trigger finger   Magic accuracy and no snatching .

  • Craig Camera

    Craig Camera

     14 days ago +1

    Really helpful. Thanks!

  • Starr Mann

    Starr Mann

     14 days ago

    Good video! So I have a question I am right handed and left eye dominant. I shoot all my long guns and bow left-handed. I grew up with guns as a regular part of life mostly for hunting and sport shooting probably 40 + years. I have had handguns for some time but never did much shooting with them. I find myself more comfortable gripping the pistol right-handed. As far as shooting my accuracy is not that bad 30 yards I can hit a coffee can. Looking to do some tactical training in the near future. Just wondering if you think accuracy would be better if I trained to shoot Lefty? I have a full carry concealed and based upon the current world we live in thinking I should exercise my right. Just looking for a little advice on what you may think would give me the best end result. Thanks again like the video

  • Slayer Mack

    Slayer Mack

     21 days ago

    The placement of the trigger finger is probably the most discussed and disagreed point in any discussion about pistol grips. People new to guns tend to put their fingers wherever it ends up when they grab the gun; proper grip or not. It's just how they pick it up and shoot. Then someone who is trained, experienced, been shooting all their life....etc., will come around and tell them "this is how you pull a trigger". That's where the disagreements come in - finger tip, first knuckle, between tip and first knuckle, or wherever it lands. I've always told people to put their finger where it lands naturally because in a self-defense scenario, that's where it's probably going to be anyway so make it natural and consistent with training. In a high stress, life and death situation, most people are not going to be thinking about trigger pull so don't make it a requirement for good marksmanship. Instead, make it easy and instinctive.

    Now here is where the caveat for that above statement comes in. When someone with ginormous hands or long fingers wants a pocket pistol, their finger is going to be completely in the trigger well up to the second knuckle and around the other side. Some people don't like that and I really don't either but if you think about how that fits into many self-defense situations, it's really not that much of a negativity. Pocket pistols are designed for up close encounters. Their 1-2" barrels are not very accurate at 100 meters, but when someone is in your face at the ATM, they are very accurate. At that range, if your finger is up to the second knuckle and you point the gun at center mass of a man-sized target, you will hit the target. Yes, it's much better to carry a gun that fits, but since we all don't have that luxury because of dress, work and legal restrictions, we have to do what we can do.

    Don't sweat the small stuff. Learn to shoot the gun you have. Learn to shoot it naturally. Learn to react consistently.