No, for that you will have more control keeping the gun lower closer to your midline.
I know, that is what the high, AKA retention, position is for, almost no one on Youtube seems to get that there is such a thing, confusing it with the combat high.
Same grip, minus the cant and a few inches away from the chest. gun hand elbow at 90 degree angle, other one at it's own 90 degree, elbow and forearm tucked against your side, out of the line of fire. Sighting is replaced with better judgement, most often you see someone double tapping the torso, then shooting twice at the head, using the point of impact to help yourself know where to shoot.