Video: Why You Shouldn’t Limp Wrist a S&W 500
OutdoorHub Reporters 02.26.15
A limp wrist and sloppy grip on an semiautomatic pistol could mean malfunctions, but when it comes to the world of big bad revolvers like the Smith & Wesson 500, it could mean an injury to your face. This shooter, whether through over confidence or simple inexperience, decides to one-hand the massive revolver on his first try. Needless to say, it doesn’t end well. Not only is his stance begging for imminent embarrassment, it is also supremely dangerous.
If you’re ever considering to teach someone how to shoot a hand cannon like this one, at least teach them the basics beforehand. Not only is it the decent thing to do, it will probably save them from breaking their wrists.