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    Default Re: Mag release technique

    I know of one or two people with small hands who have flipped the mag releases on their guns and now work it with their trigger finger. Makes sense in a weird way: no change in grip and no chance of a "finger on the trigger" call when changing mags.

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    Default Re: Mag release technique

    For those who reaaaaly struggle to release that elusive button with the strong hand, here's another option

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    When the gen 4 came out I got it for this reason.
    People always struggle when they shoot my glock as it's on the "wrong" side.
    Quote Originally Posted by MrK View Post
    I know of one or two people with small hands who have flipped the mag releases on their guns and now work it with their trigger finger. Makes sense in a weird way: no change in grip and no chance of a "finger on the trigger" call when changing mags.

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