combat stance - Old Army method?
Mas, I received my pistol training in the Army, 40 years ago (goodness!). Back then, we were trained in the stand-sideways method to present less of a target to our enemy. Of course, this necessitated a one-handed grip. We also were told to put our weak hand on our hip to keep from swaying the body, ruining our aim.
I am aware of the Weaver stance, isosceles triangle, etc. and think they are great, but is there any validity nowadays to what I was taught? After many years of not shooting a pistol, I now have a CHP and my natural inclination is to shoot the way I was taught. It just comes naturally to me.
What are your thoughts?