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When the classifier WSB calls for weak shoulder is the shooter required to use weak hand trigger finger or can he use weak shoulder with strong hand trigger finger?

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16 minutes ago, Sarge said:

Shoulder and hand

Seems like that would be the case but is there a rule that states “weak shoulder” automatically means you must use weak hand as well or can you use weak shoulder and strong hand if it is not specified in the WSB?

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41 minutes ago, Sdlrodeo said:

Seems like that would be the case but is there a rule that states “weak shoulder” automatically means you must use weak hand as well or can you use weak shoulder and strong hand if it is not specified in the WSB?

Both are addressed. Chapter one and in chapter 10. 

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On 12/13/2019 at 2:07 PM, Sarge said:

Both are addressed. Chapter one and in chapter 10. 

 

Not to mention that it is defined in Appendix A.

 

"Weak Hand: 

The hand opposite the strong hand. For PCC, weak hand is the same as weak side. For PCC, both hands may be on the gun. NOTE: This applies to classifier requirements in all instances.

 

Weak Side: 

PCC: Opposite of Strong Side. The carbine is mounted to the shoulder on the weak side of the body and trigger must be pulled with the weak hand. A shooter must utilize the same side of their body as the weak side for the duration of the match. "

 

(1.1.5.3 and 1.1.5.4 are pretty clear regarding the application of those definitions.)

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