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Zee wrote: »
Ok, but if you want, try squaring your body (hips and shoulders) to the target. You can drop your strong foot back a little if you want. Flex your knees and bend at the waist like in the pictures above. This will give you more stability and range of motion. Plus, recoil control. Just a suggestion to take as you will. I'm not a know it all. That's why I used pictures of people much better than I. Good luck and wish you all the best with your son.
Six-Gun wrote: »
Weaver stance was all the rage at the Air Force qualification course back when I still needed to keep a M9 currency for deployments. I bucked the training and got hounded endlessly by the instructors for staying square to the target during their sweeps in the qualification shoot. Then I shot expert - 5 years in a row - and they started to leave me alone. To this day, I simply cannot, and will not, warm up to a Weaver stance. To each their own, but for me it just feels wrong and never enhanced anything in regimen.
jbp-ohio wrote: »
I'm worried if he keeps buying such $$$ guns, he'll never have enough $$$ to move out!!! :tooth:
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