Last Stand on Earth
I let it roll back with the Bisley too. But I can grab it a little lower and not get jabbed with the tail of the grip with a Bisley since it points more down than back at my hand.The Bisley, much like a modern DA revolver, is flatter and less rounded than a SAA, Blackhawk and Vaquero allowing the heel of the hand, arm and shoulder to take some of the recoil from the wrist and fingers. At least the way most people hold them.
I hold the SA lower on the grip than most. My pinky is quite often on the bottom edge of the grip or even under it. That creates a blessing and a curse. It puts the barrel on an axis parallel with my arm and hand and easier to point. But it raises the bore axis farther above my arm giving the recoil more leverage. Allowing the elbow to give upward helps manage the recoil instead of forcing weaker finger and wrist muscles to do it.
Yup, I know. I'm weird.
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