Everything I have read and been taught is to shoot when one foot is in the air. The reasoning is because that is when there is the least amount of movement in your body; therefore, your sights will be bouncing around the least. However, during a "train the trainers" pistol course I took this week, they taught that you shoot just as your foot strikes the ground. This seems like the worst possible time to be trying to squeeze off the shots. I tried it the way they taught it, but I don't like it and I plan to revert back to what I've been doing. What say you? Shoot with one foot in the air while walking, or shoot when both feet are on the ground?