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Where do you put it??

Mine is just the right length to sit ON the takedown lever. Feels kinda awkward. :confused:
 

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Everyone is different. Some lay their thumb alongside the slide, others have it up in the air. I have mine against my Gas Pedal.
 

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My thumb wanted to sit on the mag release with a Wilson Combat grip. I’ve trained myself to lower it to the top of my middle finger.
 

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My left thumb sits on my Gas Pedal, however, my right thumb loves to ride the slide release and I constantly have to remind myself to move it to the correct position...


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Mine is in the air.

I don't want my left thumb pressing down/forward/to-the-right on the slide or anything attached directly to it. Unless I can consistently press with the same amount of pressure for each shot (including quick follow-up shots most importantly), I will probably get different accuracy results.
 

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I replaced the stock takedown lever with the GoGun's Gas Pedal. My left thumb rests on the Gas Pedal and has significantly improved my accuracy by reducing muzzle flip. It also gives me a consistent grip every time I draw from my holster.


 
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I'm right handed with medium size hands... p320 X-Carry with Wilson Combat grip module and Armory Craft Sport takedown lever.

my left thumb rides the takedown trying to apply moderate inward and downward pressure at all times.

My right thumb sits over the base of the left thumb applying squeeze pressure.

Every part of my two hands EXCEPT FOR THE TRIGGER FINGER is applying inward pressure on the grip. I'm not a 60/40 pressure guy.
 

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I replaced the stock takedown lever with the GoGun's Gas Pedal. My left thumb rests on the Gas Pedal and has significantly improved my accuracy by reducing muzzle flip. It also gives me a consistent grip every time I draw from my holster.


Never been a fan of that desert color, but on the x compact, it is beautiful!
 

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Never been a fan of that desert color, but on the x compact, it is beautiful!
Thanks. The color is actually called burnt bronze and I am really glad I selected it. Omaha Outdoors did the cerakote on my P320 X-Compact.
 
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