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Or.......you can use the overhand which utilizes four fingers and your entire hand for strength vs. two fingers. This gives you a single technique to load, unload, speed load, and clear malfunctions. Just sayin......:)
 

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My wife uses this technique for the exact reasons mentioned above. Easier for her to do it. I usually slingshot, but find myself doing the overhand more and more.
 

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doing the slingshot this way the gun is consistently pointed towards the target. i see some sketchy overhand techniques.
 

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For me, my muzzle is at approx the same angle for both techniques.

Gun up in the workspace with the magwell pointing at approx 8 o'clock and muzzle at 11 o'clock. After the mag load I simply rotate my wrist so the only thing that changes is the magwell orientation moves to 2 o'clock, (muzzle stays the same) for the "sling shot", and my wrist only rotates halfway (magwell pointed away from me) for the hand over slide method.
 
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