Speed. Its essential to your health.

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    The average male in average condition can cover that 21 feet in about two seconds +-. It's good if you can draw and put at least one hit center mass in that time, if you can't, you might have a problem.
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    Yes, I have done the Tueller Drill in less than 2 seconds from "Street Gear'. They did hurt in the FOF drill as there was a lot of getting off the X and bladeing to the incoming warrior who had his OODA loop reset many times while taking 5 shots to the torso and missing me with 4 shots. Sorry folks but this is one of the best drills you can do with FOF. There are many other ways to do this and this web site can be your friend!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill MO View Post
    My question to all (most have heard it before) Have you put your training and practice to the test of FOF? If not you don't know it a chance of working in real life.

    GeorgiaShooter, while your training look good and you are what most would call fast. I question your not taking hits against 2 BG with guns in hand and a 3rd would be bad.
    Yes, as Luis mentioned. We endlessly practice things to troubleshoot and debug. Not just to engrain. If I see a shooting caught on video at a gas station, we go to the range and test it. I learn a lot about what works, or doesn't. Most of our practice is based on breaking our skills and finding holes. I've shot scenarios with 4,5,6 bad guys and we adjust accordingly. Honestly some scenarios you would probably die in real life. But several of those sons of bitches are going down with me while my family escapes.

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