I'm getting more and more into firearms training. I use the same stance as when fighting, because it's stil a fight. Isosceles, I think. Just a basic lead foot half a step up from a neutral stance. I reach that stance, generally by stepping back a half step with my non lead foot, while drawing or presenting if already drawn. Both hands on my pistol, both arms equal and nearly completely extended. Even pressure from both hands. PROS. it's easy to walk,run, side step, take an angle, advance, retreat and have a good base I'f it goes hand to hand. CONS. apparently, it's considered an unnatural responseive position to an aggressive threat? And apparently, alot of law enforcement and trainers aren't on board with it because "you'll just end up shoulders and feet squared to a violent unexpected threat and then you will be out of your training element". The Neutral stance. Feet placed shoulder length apart, pointed forward and shoulders squared with your body. All squared with your target. I have some people telling me I have to to the "Neutral" shooting stance because it's "just a natural response". I said "try managing recoil that way with a real pistol". They try and manage recoil by lwaning forward into the pistol, squatting a bit, and sticking their butt out to keep balance. I think it's stupid. Wat do you think?