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First off, let me say that I haven't read anymore about this stance than what's been posted here. Nor have I ever had to defend myself with a firearm.

That being said, what this reminds me of is that many idea sound great, look great in training or on the range (or on the field of competition for that matter) but that they haven't been tried in real life. What some trainers do it to create a tactic or stance or whatchamacallit to tack their name onto. Be cautious of anything along these lines unless you really want to either live fire test it for them or give them more money for an untested idea.

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There is a trade off between using both hands to increase your potential accuracy vs having a couple of inches of extra flesh and bone that might cover where you may be hit. This is one of those choices that people make.

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