I'm still not quite getting why the commonly taught drawstroke seems so wrong to some.
Because they have seen new shooters trying it the first time, and concluded that their waist level point shooting like they do at CAS rondezvous is superior.
If they can draw, move and fire and get 2 center hits at 21 feet in 1.5 seconds, then they might be OK...... that's the standard. I daresay that Jack Weaver proved at Big Bear Lake 60+ years ago that point shooting was not as accurate or fast outside of bad breath distance as using two hands .... Cooper wrote of it for near half a century ..... and yet there are still those who continue to convince me that he had "only ploughed the sea".....
"There is no funtional difference between those who can not read, and those who do not."