Isosceles Stance: (n)

A two-handed shooting stance used for shooting handguns in which the hips and shoulders are square to the target, the feet are about shoulder width apart with the knees slightly bent and both arms extended fully without locking the elbows. So named because when seen from above, the position of the arms form an isosceles triangle.


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