I have Cerebellar Ataxia, which is a progressively degenerative neurological disease. CA pretty much leaves the mind intact, but devastates the body. There is no cure, nor medical treatment for CA. I live in an upper floor duplex in a city. I do own the building. My 34 year old son lives downstairs. He is even more firearm minded than I. I keep my wheelchair in the car, but I have to use a walker in the house.
I use a G2C for my everyday. At the range, my son said he never saw such an accurate little gun. Most of the time I do use the laser, which my son sighted in for 18 feet. I know to “Treat the firearm as loaded”, “Keep muzzle pointed in a safe direction”, “Keep your finger away from the trigger”, “Know your target and beyond.” However, stance you can forget about.
Is there any special training for those that are disabled?