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    Default Re: Isosceles vs Weaver Stances

    Quote Originally Posted by ar15jules View Post
    I will add that anyone that advocates that GOOD training is a waste of time is a fool. Throwing rounds down range just for the sake of shooting rounds isn't training. There is a time and place for random plinking. Each round needs to be meaningful in actual training. Repetitively doing the wrong thing is probably more harmful than no training at all.
    I have posted on this very topic repeatedly ad nauseam.
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    Default Re: Isosceles vs Weaver Stances

    I prefer a STBT stroke using a center s hafted mallet putter @34.5"
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    Default Re: Isosceles vs Weaver Stances

    Quote Originally Posted by buxbandit View Post
    I prefer a STBT stroke using a center s hafted mallet putter @34.5"
    You know I have a very good friend that has since moved away.
    He was a career Marine and we were shooting buddies for a long time.
    After all those hours on the range, the only place I picture him in my mind was when he got a hole in one on the golf course.
    I think that was his happiest moment that I had ever witnessed.
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    Default Re: Isosceles vs Weaver Stances

    Quote Originally Posted by Berncly View Post
    Anyone that advocates that training is a waste of time is a fool.
    Think I'll do a fundamentals refresher over Memorial day.
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    Default Re: Isosceles vs Weaver Stances

    Iso and Weaver both work well as do their respective variants. Getting hung up on the minutiae of "this" technique vs. "that" technique can be detrimental to ones mental health.
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    Default Re: Isosceles vs Weaver Stances

    Quote Originally Posted by Berncly View Post
    You know I have a very good friend that has since moved away.
    He was a career Marine and we were shooting buddies for a long time.
    After all those hours on the range, the only place I picture him in my mind was when he got a hole in one on the golf course.
    I think that was his happiest moment that I had ever witnessed.
    I'm sure he was elated. I had my one and only in 1987 on the Weilea Gold course in Maui. Best moment of my golfing life, and I'm still trying to repeat
    it.
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