tHE PERFECT PISTOL SHOT
Rapid-fire speed depends on recoil recovery between shots. Handgun recoil, at least in all but the most extreme examples, is insufficient to raise the arms. By placing the shoulder carriage slightly forward of the hips, the effects of recoil will be practically eliminated and rapid-fire speed dramatically increased.
Albert League is a former Marine Corps and law enforcement firearm instructor who consults on a variety of security topics. He is the founder of the Practics firearms defense system and author of the Practics book series.(www.practicsusa.com)