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  1. #41
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    The human arms naturally falls at 30/45 degrees when extended. Moving it to a vertical (12-6) position or a horizontal (3-9) position induces additional stress in the muscle groups. Shooting where the body WANTS to naturally go (one handed) will allow for more natural shots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Papa View Post
    He's left handed. When I push out my fists to full extension, with or without a pistol in them, they are naturally at 30-45 degrees from the vertical.
    I believe I have heard that called a half homey and that is the correct way to do it. I once watched an expert level bullseye shooter try that out, but using the sights for precision aiming since it is said to be the most natural way to point your arm at a distant object.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barnetmill View Post
    I believe I have heard that called a half homey and that is the correct way to do it. I once watched an expert level bullseye shooter try that out, but using the sights for precision aiming since it is said to be the most natural way to point your arm at a distant object.
    Yep. Half hommie works.
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