TSiWRX wrote:I've made a recent commitment to getting better with single-handed marksmanship.
The right (my dominant hand) is coming along nicely, but the other side is still embarrassingly weak.
My Dot Torture was looking really, really good, until number 8.
TSiWRX wrote:^ Any tips or tricks, I'm all ears (and eyes)!
TSiWRX wrote:^ Locking the wrist - will do. Thank you!
The traditional "bullseye" stance, right?
schmieg wrote:If you have difficulty with the wrist, one thing I was taught was to hold the gun sideways (gangsta sytle) and then rotate your hand to the correct orientation. That seemed to help some people.
TSiWRX wrote:^ I may have mistaken what schmieg was trying to relay, but I think it's more than that slight inboard cant that he's talking about, Brian D..
I also prefer that slight inboard cant (particularly as it overlaps both with my cross-dominance as well as with my use of handheld flashlight), but I think that what schmieg wrote is specifically to address the lock-out of the wrist, which is more easily achieved "naturally" when the gun is held in that "gangsta" manner, fully 90-degrees from typical, rather than to be about any specific cant (or not) to the gun.
I think it's separate from the (ongoing debate) of the cant of the gun, when shooting single-handed.
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