Typically the pistol canted outboard about 45 degrees. For the other eye, the target object disappeared. When the shot is rushed, the support hand usually fails to get a good two-handed grip. Informal testing showed no noticeable increase in retention, but a significant delay in delivering accurate, aimed shots. This is sub-optimal, as it points the right eye off to the right side, reducing peripheral vision to the front left.
I am not aware of any other practical fix for this with long guns. Body mechanics almost force the pistol to near horizontal because the wrist cannot bend sufficiently. There are plenty of models out there, made by a number of manufacturers in a number of chamberings though.
One of the idiosyncrasies we encounter is the support hand completely on top of and covering the dominant hand.
Granted, there are plenty of big-bore revolvers in DA as well... His varied interests and hobbies include camping, fishing, hunting, and spending time at the gun range as often as possible.
Another, more modern revolver safety is the transfer bar which, although it works in a different way, still requires the trigger to be fully depressed for the gun to fire. Both thumbs touching are a proper characteristic of SUL. Only 3. With most any activity based lesson, it is a sound idea to revisit the basic drill to ensure we have not varied from the core skill set.
A shooter who is right handed, but has a dominant left eye is cross dominant.
Any questions pertaining to firearms training or safety for Eddie can be directed to info calibremag. With handguns, we have some options. Even when the pistol is held at a shallow angle, safety becomes a concern. Jeff used this technique because he was right handed, but left eye dominant.
Some are lacking key components. Shooting double-action is also a fantastic method of learning trigger control as the tougher pull requires better technique to shoot well.
Some are rather close to the mark.