Sidenote: The ones labeled "sure" are either unconventional or debatable, but I think are still correct and up to you if you want to hold it that way.
"Mmm this gun smells nice"
oh man this helps me even more than the other gun tutorial.
I see a lot of pictures where some people from the Special Forces hold their weapons that way.
Also it's easier to draw.
The penis is evil.
Either shoot a 12 gauge or a 410. As for Assault rifle use the AK-47
I wanna shoot every kind of gun there is. I'd probably have to go to another state for that though, hah
The range I was that allowed subsonic rounds only.
States like Alaska, Texas, and other types of states that I mainly know of.
In Alaska unlike any places within the U.S you can go to village and fire any type of guns.... except RPGs lol
As for weapons that have more recoil than your body can safely handle, would you put the stock under your arm or hip fire?
If a gun is too strong for a person, then having a stock would be pointless. Hip firing a gun that strong would also be pointless.
However, there DO exist 20mm anti-tank rifle that you fire from a prone position from the shoulder, just like the .50 cal.
Might be able to use power armor with it.
That caliber only exists for a autocannon that's mounted on something like an A-10 Thunderbolt.
this is a very useful thing
which will be very useful to many
I do not understand
is it possible to
hold the automatic clip?
I always thought
that when fired
this will lead to seizure (jamming) clips
especially the 180 turn, i never know before.
Swear to god no more elbow pits.
also swinging it wide, you can add the bulletpoint that it makes it easier for people to disarm you.
On the last picture consider quickly editing it so it sweeps left to right, so there is sequential flow. As long as the gun is pointing away from the center it should look better.
One rule that professional gunmen follow is to always keep a certain distance in order to avoid scenarios such as getting disarmed (which is explained in another gun tutorial I did)
I'm not too concerned about the last image.
Of course you want to keep a distance from your target, but I was thinking of stuff like clearing rooms swat team style. You end up getting close regardless of what you are doing, and the limitation of openings to be attacked during that is handy.
With shooting up, I don't feel to bad about pointing up if you have any sort of trigger discipline.(thank you spell check)
Because with all of this, I am totally a expert now that I have shot a real pistol at a shooting range.