5 Shooting Stances You Need to Know

There's no "one size fits all" solution.

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posted on April 26, 2016
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You've probably heard of the Weaver and Isosceles shooting stances...most people have. But did you know that there are many other ways of presenting a handgun to a target? As author Chris Christian explores, there's no one particular shooting stance that's best for all people, and for all circumstances. Whether you are challenged by reduced hand strength, or if you are in a close-quarters situation, or if you only have a moment to bring your gun on target, the "ideal" shooting stance may change. Here's what each of the major shooting stances are, how to assume them, and the pros and cons of each. Click here to read the full article from our friends at Shooting Illustrated!


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