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Old November 20, 2012, 06:18 PM   #13
Nnobby45
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Yep, Ayoob thumbs down. Farnum thumbs up. Two excellent instructors. Some teach iscosceles, some a variation of Weaver, and some recognize the value in teaching both for different situations.

No video teaches you the "right one". Just a method that someone prefers because it workds well for them.

I once switched to Ayoob's method with tight grip and thumbs down. Worked well. John Farnum "corrected" that, and it was thumbs up in his class. I've just stayed with thumbs up. One of the values in learning different methods from various instructors is that you can choose what works best for you. If more than one method works, you make your choice.

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