The "pointing a pistol at someone" thread made me realize that I don't practice a ready position enough, so I thought this might be a good companion piece to that thread. I was honestly surprised to read that a low ready can be faster than pointed at the target, but enough people confirmed it that I believe it.
On the range I usually default back to the "#3" position or I guess what would be called a high compressed ready (I think). This is mainly because I know I'll be shooting again, and let's face it, my press out needs work, but may not be ideal in the "real world".
In classes I've used Sul and extended low ready, honestly don't remember what TLG recommended, if any, since I was too busy trying to keep up to take notes.
Realizing that ready positions are situation dependent, do you have a default that you use, or more than one? How do you work them in your practice sessions? Pros and cons of different positions regarding speed vs safety?
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