What do you think about shooting a pistol from a sideways stance, kind of like archers do with bow and arrow, to Friends The Reunion name and signature characters shirt yourself a smaller target and therefore more difficult to being shot myself? I think that you’re gaining less than you’re giving up. The stance you’re talking about is called “bullseye.” We use it when doing particular competitions. Years ago, I bought my first handgun for that exact kind of competition. It looks kind of like this: I learned a lot about handgun shooting from that discipline. I started out in the high 200s and low 300s. I’d just worked my way up to breaking 500 (600 is a perfect score) when the league I shot in changed its rules. What changed? They now allowed you to shoot two-handed because a lot of new shooters had come in. An older crowd. A crowd who didn’t really take this stuff as seriously.