This quick lesson covers the importance of stance when shooting your pistol in a tactical environment.
There you have it, some myths debunked, such as hammering the need for stances such as Isosceles and weaver positioning that may actually kill your flexibility to adapt and shoot in a tactical environment.
This is why it is so critical to train and train in realistic shooting scenarios with an experienced instructor. This is how you develop a shooting stance that works for you and you alone.
Adapting to your own shooting stance and style only makes sense as we are all physically different and one technique that may benefit another shooter may not improve your abilities so don’t be afraid to try something different.
If you have carry duties or your livelihood sees you armed, ensure you invest in your training. Your life and others’ lives could very well depend on it.