Chapman—The Chapman Technique lets you grip your handgun normally while holding light. With your non-gun hand hold the flashlight with the head close to your hand. Your thumb and forefinger should wrap the barrel of the flashlight, with your thumb on the switch. The remaining three fingers of your support hand wrap around the fingers of your gun hand to attempt a stable two-handed grip. The light beam should be held parallel to the barrel of your gun. Pros: Sword grip. Works close-in. Cons: Side-switch lights only. Tiring. Weapon tends to bang light. Light at center mass.


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