Shooting from a Wheel Chair

Shooting from a Wheel Chair

This is a discussion on Shooting from a Wheel Chair within the Defensive Carry & Tactical Training forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Paul Castle From has recently posted a manul on his web site in order to help Vets and citizen who are wheel chair bound, ...

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    Shooting from a Wheel Chair

    Paul Castle From has recently posted a manul on his web site in order to help Vets and citizen who are wheel chair bound, so that they may self tutor themselves in the C.A.R. Technique and learn an accurate fast way to shoot using his system at no charge to there pocket!
    Finally an Instructor willing to take the time to help Vets and civilians on fixed incomes that need help but can't afford it! KUDO"S to Paul!
    Paul personally tutored me in the C.A.R. technique and being a Vet I can only say it does have alot of tactical merit,it did improve my accuracy and speed and I highly recommend it to anyone before you think about knocking it.
    I will suggest people that learn it thru the website do there best to try to get to atleast one of his courses as you do pickup some bad forms or habits or you dont actually pickup something he tries to explain on the web site so that one of his instructors can address anything you might have picked up wrong,so that your doing the technique the way it was intended to be done,To be fine tuned,It would be well worth the time and money just to met Paul,he's a great guy.So if anyone knows anyone in a wheelchair that needs help give them this website it's free and I'm sure it will help them out greatly,Thanks and be SAFE.

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    Being a Master Instructor under Paul CAR is what I use for a private student of mine who is in a chair.- George

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    My friend shoots from a wheelchair and is lefthanded, he has a Serpa holster attached to his chair. For rifle he uses a lefthanded Tavor and a Glock 20 for pistol.

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    Thanks for the link. The wheelchair presents many challenges, depending upon the ability of the occupant. The CAR system will be of help to many.
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