While this might be good advice with a jackhammer, it's not necessarily applicable to either shooting or golf if you wear your wrist watch on the wrist opposite your strong hand.As with golf and operating a jackhammer, take them off.
most automatic watches are designed to take gentle knocks, like when you carefully lay your watch down on a flat, dry, non-slip surface after taking it off. Guns will irrepairably damage your watch.
the best thing you can do is sell all of your guns and then convince all of your friends to sell them as well. In fact, buy some automatic watches for your friends.
think of the money they'll save not having to bother buying extra ammo, or hiring the range or getting that new scope or 1911a1.
they'll thank you in the end.
this would be why your score is so high. If you are right handed, your left hand should totally control the club, at best your right is along for the ride. Practice hitting balls with your left hand only!Golf: The same applies here: My left hand does little else than stabilize and control my club head during my swing (and apparently does a crappy job of it judging by my scores...). What little vibration is generated by the club head impact is mostly felt by my right hand and of no danger to my watch....
Actually I should have clarified that I golf lefty. :blushing:Many automatic watches are rated for, what, 5000 G? You ain't making that much recoil.
this would be why your score is so high. If you are right handed, your left hand should totally control the club, at best your right is along for the ride. Practice hitting balls with your left hand only!