Today I went to the range and fired 200 rounds with my Commander. There has been so much talk about stances and which one is best, so I thought I would switch around and see how I shot best. Many years ago the military taught us the Weaver stance stating that you made yourself less of a target. Today when I shot @30 feet I could hold all my shots within a 5" pattern. I know I can shoot better however since this was experimentation day, I elected to see what worked best. I ended up with a semi modified Weaver stance. Being right handed, my right foot was back and left foot forward. My arms were NOT fully extended and had a "crook" in my left arm. I have tried to Isosceles stance and find myself leaning a little too much forward and feel off balance. With the full Weaver stance, I tend to pull my shots just a hair to the left. What stances do you guys and gals use? Now one thing, I am pushing 70 yrs. old and don't have the agility I used to have in my back but am not crippled (well, maybe mentally but not completely, laughing!) Would like to hear back from you folks and what works for you. Thanks to all!!