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Old February 11, 2013, 06:03 PM   #31
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It is a good idea, to open your shooting session with "slow accurate fire."

Remember to breathe, relax your shoulders and press the trigger.

I prefer the modern isosceles stance for most of my shooting, but practice with other stances and grips as well. With the isosceles stance ...your firing hand, should be far up on the grip, while the support hand --- with a semi-auto pistol or rifle --- should be slanted downward, at a 45 degree angle, with the thumb inline with the barrel --- just underneath the semi-auto pistol's slide; inorder to help control recoil.

Shoulders forward, weight on the balls of your feet, feet squared toward the target {a slightly flared stance is preferred} wrists locked, arms forward {unless in close encounter's} elbows slightly unlocked, and knees slightly unlocked.

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