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  1. #21
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    Default Re: When did the weaver stance die?

    Quote Originally Posted by JustinHEMI View Post
    Yeah when I'm practicing, I hear his words in my head about not lowing head to gun, bring gun up to where it needs to be. There's a 25 minute video of his called "How to shoot a pistol" and that's where I picked up some of his teaching. I can't link it right now as I'm at work. Perhaps someone could be good enough to do it for me.

    Justin
    Post #10 by Bogey1?

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    Default Re: When did the weaver stance die?

    I am a weaver stanch shooter,I did a 150/150 on my qualification for Act 235 not limited to expert revolver & pistol for over 40 years,some things just work better for individuals,so whatever works for you I am fine with and applaud you.I would be interested to know what do the Ladys prefer ?

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    Default Re: When did the weaver stance die?

    Quote Originally Posted by stainless View Post
    Post #10 by Bogey1?
    Oh maybe, I can't see any videos at work.
    Life has a melody.

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    Default Re: When did the weaver stance die?

    Quote Originally Posted by MARINE DIVISION TWO View Post
    I am a weaver stanch shooter,I did a 150/150 on my qualification for Act 235 not limited to expert revolver & pistol for over 40 years,some things just work better for individuals,so whatever works for you I am fine with and applaud you.I would be interested to know what do the Ladys prefer ?
    I used to until I moved into competitive shooting and realized that different techniques were needed to be competitive. I don't know what it's called but it works much better for recoil control and follow up shots etc

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    Default Re: When did the weaver stance die?

    Quote Originally Posted by JustinHEMI View Post
    Oh maybe, I can't see any videos at work.
    Yeah that's the one.
    Life has a melody.

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    Default Re: When did the weaver stance die?

    Unfortunately I'm probably as wide bladed as I am at a 90 def angle haha

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    Default Re: When did the weaver stance die?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pilot321 View Post
    Right handed, yet left eye dominant, and vice versa.
    That'd be me... and also the reason I suck at trap.

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    Default Re: When did the weaver stance die?

    Quote Originally Posted by JustinHEMI View Post
    Yeah when I'm practicing, I hear his words in my head about not lowing head to gun, bring gun up to where it needs to be. There's a 25 minute video of his called "How to shoot a pistol" and that's where I picked up some of his teaching. I can't link it right now as I'm at work. Perhaps someone could be good enough to do it for me.

    Justin
    Here you go:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ChSazF41q-s
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    Default Re: When did the weaver stance die?

    Quote Originally Posted by Yoder View Post
    The whole push pull thing makes no sense to me. Why would you want to pull back ever? The gun is recoiling back, you don't want to help it. I think this died more like 15 years ago. If you shoot weaver I think you are missing out.
    It puts the bones in tention and stiffens the muscles, spreading the recoil to the body mass. Faster follow up shots.

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    Default Re: When did the weaver stance die?

    Quote Originally Posted by JAKIII View Post
    That'd be me... and also the reason I suck at trap.
    Close your left eye. Find a gun that fits. Use the bead. Keep your right eye open (don't flinch) and call your shot. For us cross dominants the standard how to shoot a shotgun is worthless. Both eyes open, point don't aim. Hogwash for us. If you can not tell why you missed or hit, it becomes a lottery.

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