Your natural point of aim is an important element of pistol proficiency. Quite simply this means having your body naturally pointed at your intended target. As noted here in the past a benefit of using the isosceles stance is that your instinctive reaction to a threat helps you position your body properly.
As noted in the video there are two useful applications for lining up your natural point of aim:
- When there are multiple targets indexing your natural post of aim on the most difficult shot will help you accomplish the shot
- In defensive situations where you may not have enough time to attain a proper sight picture this technique will help you hit your target
Also the music at the end of this one is pretty awesome- just sayin'.