I literally just poured myself a big mug of coffee that I just perked. Yes perked, in my old school coffee maker. Nothing better, except Swedish church coffee make with an egg, but I was too lazy to make that.
Anyhow, my next question regards hand size, which was mentioned.
What is average?
I happen to think I have big hands. Now I've never had a meet up and went plinking with friends, passing around slingshots, but I bet many of you have.
So the 5' 3" guy hands his SS to his 6' 3" buddy. Is there enough of a difference in hand sizes where the big guy and littler guy are going to not like each other's SS?
I do watch videos of what I perceive to be bigger guys shooting tiny pfs frames and they do okay. Some seem to shoot pfs almost exclusively. Do they get cramped hands faster than a big frame, or does the action of reloading give them enough of a break?
Am I right in assuming people just adapt their larger hands to different holds, or perhaps do add a wrap to bulk up a frame? Maybe simply not shoot a small frame as long?
I can palm a full twelve pack box of pop (soda to you people not from my area) I can pick one up and carry it dangling down from my fingers, not just hold it for two seconds, so I think I got big hands and a good grip. I don't have delicate baby hands like most women. I have lumberjack hands, huge meat hooks compared to any of my female friends. As a home care aide, I've actually had both men and women ask to hold their hand against mine and I always win the big hand contest with the women. Their fingertips usually hit just below my last finger joint and often men's hands have shorter fingers than mine, even if their palms are the same, so it is something I wonder if I need to adjust for.
Do I need to look for thicker working materials, be it deadwood or wood blanks, or if the differences between a large hand and small hand thinking a grip is comfy a few millimeters?
Lol, I'm over thinking this, right?
But I already typed all this so I may as well post it.
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