By David Fessenden
In this excerpt from Defensive Handgun Skills, David Fessenden supplies a simple and extremely valuable examine the background of protecting handgun doctrine. figuring out the prior will enable you be greater ready this day.
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His accuracy and winning percentages improved immediately. Thus was born the Weaver Stance and Grip. ) It consists of a 30° bladed stance with the firing-side foot pulled back about four to six inches from the firing line and combined with an overlapping two-handed grip. The Weaver Stance and Grip proved to be a winner. It assisted in managing recoil and allowed Weaver to deliver rapid-fire multiple shots with considerable accuracy. Soon, his fellow shooters adopted this shooting position and today the Weaver is universally used by all shooters in the field of defensive guncraft.
He worked on several stances and grips over time and figured out that a more stable and aggressive two-handed grip would afford him the accuracy, speed and precision he needed. At first he aimed his weapon at the target in a semi-point-shoot method. To improve his consistency and precision during the shoots, Weaver experimented with raising the weapon higher to eye level for precision-aimed shots. His accuracy and winning percentages improved immediately. Thus was born the Weaver Stance and Grip.
The case is then ejected out the ejection port opening in the slide. FAILURE TO STOP DRILL: A self protection two-step shooting procedure where by the shooter fires two sighted shots into the thoracic cavity of his attacker, comes down to the ready position, pauses, realizes that his attacker is still a threat, comes up to the point in position and fires an aimed, precision shot to his head to end the fight. FIRING PIN: The slender spring-loaded metal part in the slide/bolt face that contacts the primer on the rear of the cartridge when the hammer is released.
Gun Digest's History of Concealed & Defensive Handguns eShort by David Fessenden