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  1. This is probably a stupid question, but here it is. I’m trying to understand the shooting category rules. Both the gunfighter and duelist categories specify that guns shall be held single handed and unsupported. In the case of gunfighter you can hold two guns at once, for duelist it’s one gun at a time. But both categories specify that the gun in one hand can’t be touched by the other hand. So how is it that the shooting style demonstrated by Long Hunter in his YouTube videos legal. For example, see his “Shooting with the Lower Body” video. I also see this style at matches all the time. In this style, the gun is supported by one hand, but the other hand is also on the grip and is operating the hammer. This is clearly a violation of the duelist rules which clearly state the, “shooting arm may not be touched by the offhand.” And the gunfighter rules state, “Revolvers must be cocked and fired one handed, unsupported, one right-handed and the other left-handed.” What am I missing? Why is this style legal?
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