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Thread: Which shooting stance do you use?

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    My preferred shooting stance is sitting down.

    Very interesting...


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    i think its called a comabt isosolice. elbows straight while gun is outstretched, knees slightly bent, lead foot about a half step infront of the other.

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    Push to the isosolice, get a good trigger press and repeat on your front sight cadiance as required...

    Of course, none of the targets I practice on have yet to shoot back and prove my system full of folly.

    I think one has to master the basics of marksmanship first. The Weaver and Iso "stance" are good to learn as it presents to the new student as a form of "combat" trainning. In learning the martial art of pistol defence, getting the frame of mind right is the most important thing.
    A real gunfight will have it's own unique set of "stances", sprints and duck & covers. Try shooting from every position and each hand every couple of sessions. Right now I have been working on my "speed rock" as I had a stovepipe last time I tried it. I must have done something in error... Got to practice till it works everytime.

    At least it's fun.
    I was once asked if I was "a paranoid for carrying my Kahr".
    "Nope" I said, "just prepared".
    " prepared for what" he asked?
    "more stuff than you are"
    God Bless our Troups!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFootin View Post
    My preferred shooting stance is sitting down.

    And with your finger on the trigger, I see. Can't see 'em in the picture, but are there steel-toed shoes to go with the bow tie?
    "Measure twice, cut once. Think twice, speak once."

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    I personally don't like the isosceles stance. It's too easy to be pushed off balance and does not lend itself for quick movenment. I've always utilized a weaver or modified weaver. However several of the comments are on target regarding moving and shooting.

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