Ive been reading Andy Stanford who recommends an intermediate position in the tactical draw called the weapon-retention position. This position is one in which the muzzle is pointing to the ground in front of the shooter with the arms in close contact with the body (arms not extended). I find this position leads to quicker sight pictures once the arms are extended to the target in the tactical draw. Im wondering if something like the weapon-retention position is legal in GSSF as a start position. The low ready position with arms extended that I usually see in GSSF creates the bowling action mentioned by Stanford as one raises the handgun to the target. Id prefer to start with the muzzle pointing to the spot but with the more compact body position without the arms extended. Question: Do the GSSF rules specify and define low ready position or just muzzle pointing to the spot? Can someone point me to the specific rule in print?