Having spent some years studying martial arts, I tend to just automatically go into a type of Weaver stance (front stance or bow and arrow stance in the martial arts) when I'm doing sighted shooting. I have tried the Isosceles and it's fine, but I know if I am under pressure, my right foot will step back instinctively.
If I am point shooting at close range, I like the old FBI crouch. I think of it as kind of a "low, compact Weaver."
With a revolver I tend to modified weaver, with a semi I shoot thumbs forward and it causes a further modification. I see a stance as something to teach a novice as the start to grasp the basics. The grip being the important thing your body mechanics will dictate what stance if any you use.
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