I was having a rough time getting decent groups with my new Ruger shooting off hand. I was thinking it was my loads. Changed them up. No difference. Same deal with factory ammo. So i took 2 other revolvers out. Same results. I need to run the wheel guns more. Im getting spoiled with the 1911's too much lol.
The opposite for me, I always bring the 460 and GP 100 to the range and decided to only take the 9mm the last time I went, I shot like a di*** good thing I brought half a case of ammo near the end I was able to shoot a few mags minus a few flyers into a 4 inch sticker at 50 feet
Wrist and hand strength important.
I started losing accuracy with all my guns semi's and revolvers .
Started working out at the gym and I am back to my normal awesome self.
Old age just creeps up on you.
If you don't have a 2.5 or 5 pound weight you can use a can to do this, rest your forearm on something leaving a few inches off, like on a chair arm rest. Start with your palm facing down holding the weight lift it upwards using only your wrist do this till it hurts in your forearm. Then turn your palm upwards and do the same. You can even do this without weight just resist the movement when you do it as if you were holding/lifting something heavy.
it's a great forearm exercise and you don't have to be standing like with the roller. Hammer curls are good but they will not strengthen your wrists
Eh YUP flipping back forth tween semi and revolver it will take a few to get reacquainted with each... Dead on just takes a few when one is favoring one over the other and when they know you have been you have been playing favorites they just make it difficult on purpose...HAHHAHAHHA