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By David Fessenden
In this excerpt from Defensive Handgun Skills, David Fessenden teaches the prepared place, thumb over thumb grip, the IPSC thumbs ahead grip, the AMW grip, and the competitive transformed weaver grip.
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We will go into detail on each and wind up with a detailed discussion of the grip that I espouse, recommend and currently teach. The Thumb Over Thumb Grip. The Thumb Over Thumb Grip The first grip we will examine is the simplest one to learn and use. It is called the Thumb Over Thumb Grip and is considered the basic entry-level grip that I recommend for new students and beginners to pistol shooting. It affords comfort and will allow the student to achieve respectable accuracy and speed. It is a typical two-handed Weaver style grip with fingers on fingers and thumbs on thumbs, wrapped around the grip frame.
By virtue of its name, it is purely a competition grip system, designed by Brian Enos and Rob Leatham in the 1980s and used exclusively by the IPSC and IDPA competitors for many years. Law enforcement and the military have adopted it for certain units with good success. Recently, Todd Jarrett and Para Ordnance have embarked on a marketing campaign to sell this grip to the general shooting public, en masse, as a one-size-fits-all grip system. I personally feel that school is still out on this issue.
I strongly recommend this grip to the new shooter and insist that they learn and master it. With some extensive professional instruction and experience on the range, they can go on to the AMW or other higher level grips. In the self defense, personal protection scenario, the best grip is the AMW. It offers every feature that the concealed carry shooter is looking for. As stated above, the new shooter moving up in training and experience can adopt and learn the AMW when he is confident that he has the necessary training to master it quickly.