Defensive Shooting Fundamentals Session 3: Defensive Shooting Stance

Your Defensive Shooting Stance, which will be your primary position when training and practicing, should be as congruent as possible with the type of natural athletic body position that most people move into when they are scared, surprised and/or in a fight. Rob Pincus explains that the positions may not be exactly how you end up in an actual defensive shooting, but it should be close enough that you’re able to apply the shooting skills you’ve developed as much as possible. This Session teaches how practicing in a poor stance, or one that supports target shooting only, can hamper your skill development and/or lead to a false confidence in your ability.