Breaking the mold of traditional range practice, Block Three addresses the chaotic and unpredictable realities that occur in most defensive shooting situations as students practice their shooting skills in a variety of unconventional stances, distances and positions. Students experience the challenge of controlling deviation at extended distances and in one-handed shooting situations, further demonstrating the importance of the fundamental aspects of defensive shooting skill development covered in Block One. Rob Pincus examines each student’s shooting performance under a variety of conditions and provides diagnostic feedback that helps students make corrections in their shooting technique. Additionally, students are put through a Flow Drill which combines dynamic movement with unpredictable shooting commands, often forcing students to shoot from unorthodox positions. Block Three concludes with a Class Debrief question and answer session and final thoughts.
- Block Three Outline
- “Laser-Aiming Devices in General and In Extreme Close Quarters” – Article by Rob Pincus
- “Non-Visually Referenced Gun Handling (NVRGH)” – Article by Rob Pincus
- Practice Guide
- Notes Sheet
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