You need to shoot a lot more so you can form a callus. You could also get this so people can make fun of you at the range.
Forgive me for these next statements it all meant in good fun but....Are you kidding me?!?! Your slender little girlie finger gets "sore" after 100 rounds. LOL at you. I had to cut back to 200 rounds per visit from 300 - 400 rounds per visit because Im getting low on ammo.Maybe it is just me shooting it too damn much or finger position on the trigger.
I get a blister on the booger hooker whenever I shoot more than 100 rounds in a day at the range with my FNX45.
Anyone else have this issue?
Are there after market trigger solutions?
Over an hour. Over two weekends shooting with my kids we sent >500 rounds down range. Were also shooting my FNS9 and 9C. Lots of shooting those daysWear gloves as I doubt a different trigger will make a difference. How many rounds are we talking about and what is your time spent on the range session? You may need to change the back strap to adjust the width of the grip but gloves would be the best choice for long range sessions.
Goota be pad position. Probably letting my finger slide down too far rather than in the middle. (that's what she saidI've shot a lot of different guns, and I can safely say that I never once gotten a blister or even a "hot spot" on my hand/fingers. You gotta be doing something not right.