How Did You Choose a Shooting Style and Why?
This is a discussion on How Did You Choose a Shooting Style and Why? within the Defensive Carry & Tactical Training forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by jrfctx
I would seek out a trainer who espouses common sense in their methodology, one who is inclusive of point shooting, alternative ...
February 13th, 2011 04:22 PM
Well stated! +1
Originally Posted by jrfctx
It's gotta be who you are, not a hobby. reinman45
"Is this persons bad behavior worth me having to kill them over?" Guantes
February 26th, 2011 11:06 AM
Great stuff! Thanks guys!
February 28th, 2011 05:12 AM
Most shoot outs will occur up close and they will be some what of a surprise. The body reacts a certain way when facing life threatening encounters such as being in a shoot out. I have listed these actions as the following:
1. You will face the threat,
2. Lower your center of gravity,
3. Place both of your arms out in front you as to protect yourself.
4. Both eyes will be wide open and focusing on the threat (Tunnel Vision).
Any shooting style that covers these reactions should be used and practiced regularly. I myself practice shooting in a low isosceles stance with both arms locked out and both eyes open (Point Shooting). I use the same stance for aimed fire as well. I have included a couple of videos to show how some have reacted in shoot outs.
YouTube - Shooting Caught on Tape
YouTube - Ohio Shootout Caught On Tape
"You fight the way you Train"
February 28th, 2011 10:10 PM
Those were some jarring videos.
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