Well, she isn't exactly firing it, now is she? Have you thought that maybe if she were to actually shoot it, she'd place both her hands on the weapon? Right now, she's just posing. At times, you'll see troops posing with just one hand on the weapon, but when they engage they'll place both hands on the weapon.
"Well, she isn't exactly firing it, now is she? Have you thought that maybe if she were to actually shoot it, she'd place both her hands on the weapon?"
She has a sword in the other hand so unless she plans to waste time sheathing it or throwing it away then your point is moot, and even if she is planning to throw it away why have it in the first place?
"Right now, she's just posing"
This makes more sense so I'll just assume shes just posing for the camera.
No, my point is not moot because she is posing. If she were to use her firearm, she'd have her sword sheathed and when the enemy gets too close, she would then draw out her sword. You can't really expect her to use both weapons at once unless it's absolutely needed. Also, sheathing a sword is not a waste of time; it may be needed in some situations.