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Old November 9, 2000, 12:15 AM   #1
raven1
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I have read tons about these two different methods. I find that most successful IDPA shooters use the Isosceles because it is supposedly quicker to shoot on the move and handles recoil better with the static contraction hold of the pistol (granted these pistols are mostly 38 super, not a lot of recoil to begin with). I am trained in the Weaver stance (aka push/pull technique). I am in law enforcement and have been trained and use the Weaver on duty and it works well with me and transfers to rifles, and shotguns well. I shoot .45 cal and it handles that recoil very well. However, I am thinking of giving the Isosceles a try. What do you all use and why? Would you use one technique during competition and another just shooting on the range? Some insight please....Raven
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