Having the right stance and grip is just as important as the gun type for any situation that involves shooting. To prepare you for any situation and to improve accuracy, keep in mind the correct stance and grip.


  1. Stand with your feet parallel to your shoulders. If you’re not comfortable, try moving your feet further apart.
  2. Slide your gun foot about six inches to the back.
  3. Lean forward slightly and bend your knees. In the correct angle, you should be able to withstand a slight push without falling backward. This . . .

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