Recoil management and a stable marksmanship platform begin with posture. No handgun made is capable of moving a human being through force of recoil, except in cases of shooter imbalance. When the feet are at a natural distance apart, and the weight is tending toward the balls of the feet, and the shoulders are forward of the hips, recoil will be limited to muzzle rise, which itself, is greatly diminished by the weight of the shoulder carriage (when forward of the hips). Over-grip and locked arms do NOTHING for recoil, and destroy accuracy.
Check your stance.

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Albert League is a former Marine and law enforcement firearm instructor who consults on a variety of security topics.