Lol just posted on your other post.You need to switch ,so you can stay out of sight .Your body will be on show if you are right handed shooting left.Gun always on the outside,with outside elbow tucked right down .When playing Dorito or any angled obstacle tuck your hopper behind obstacle by tilting hopper. UTube video of Federov barrelcam shows him shooting at 5 players who are out of sight. With soft bunkers push barrel into edge of bunker show nothing but a barrel tip. If you are being kept tight in ,pros keep 1 balling the next bunker so although you can't see/shoot him you are set to shoot him as soon as he moves.Staying alive by not being shot as important as killing .Though not as much fun!! put your gun together at home practice changing hands and holding gun .Switch hands slow and fast ,in front of a mirror so you can see what you're doing .practice snapping in and out round a corner,again use mirror to check what's showing .All can be done without shooting a single ball but improve your game big time.I never switch hands. My left arm isn't strong enough to support the gun/tank for long periods. I still manage to make myself a small target, is this ok or should I really focus on trying to switch hands? I've just started going to training sessions and no-one has told me yet that I need to start switching.