From the moment I starting shooting handguns some 37 years ago I have shot using nothing but the Weaver Stance when not shooting singlehanded. I find it the most comfortable, precise and natural way to shoot a handgun it also affords a tactical advantage, you are not presenting your whole body as a target since your body is on an angle when performed properly. Now it seems some would like to do away with the Weaver by replacing it with the Isosceles extolling the virtue of being able to maneuver easier while engaging multiple targets. I can safely say I can and have engaged multiple targets all while using the Weaver Stance without difficulty or hindrance. So, what's up with all this Isosceles stuff and what's your stance?