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Strength exercises help even for those who are considered "strong". The muscles needed to handle handguns are different than the muscles most people use or train on.

You might consider getting a short piece of wooded clothing rod or even a short piece of tool handle and attaching a flat piece of leather about an inch wide to it and then attaching it to a two pound weight (to start - graduate to 5 pounds). The length of the leather should be long enough that if you hold the wood straight out from your shoulders that it leaves the weight about an inch above the ground. Roll the leather up slowly with the weight attached first overhand and then underhand. Do this every other day. When you can do this 200 times without stopping increase the weight.
well, unless those exercises are going to grow the length of my index finger.. it not really going to help much.