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Old September 4, 2012, 07:38 PM   #3
Noreaster
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Join Date: January 30, 2011
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Careful with the shoulder, mine is junk from lifting for the last twenty years. I'm LEO and since the heavy emphasis on active shooter training we've gotten away from traditional stances which may be really good for target shooting but not so good for combat. I try to get everyone into a good fighting stance (hands to hand, movement, shooting, which ever way you have to fight,) and teach the pistol and rifle from that stance. It helps with moving while searching and shooting. Traditional stances like the weaver are hard to maintain while moving down a hallway three abreast with the gun up. Try a balanced fighting stance and you bring other muscle groups, like your core, into the game and it may support or at least help out your injury.
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