Defensive Shooting Position vs Traditional Target Shooting Position

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    Defensive Shooting Position vs Traditional Target Shooting Position

    Rob Pincus video to help with the difference.

    Defensive Shooting Body Position - PDN Videos

    Enjoy and training often!
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    There IS a difference between target shooting and defensive shooting. I know a number of people who just don't understand that concept. Some want to stay in that perfect target stance that will let them get bulls-eyes every shot. Some want to go straight to the fighting stance without learning the fundamentals first. Neither can understand why they are not more successful when it comes to self defense drills and training.
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