An active shooter is not always going to be directly in front of you, which means you’ll need to be able to present your weapon from the holster at any angle. To learn this technique, Rob Pincus demonstrates drawing his weapon from the holster and aiming without rotating his hips to fully face the target. 360-degree presentation is a skill that requires diligent training, so test yourself the next time you are at the range. Try presenting your weapon towards a target that is behind you, to your left, right and any angle in between, focusing on the mechanics of drawing, extending and firing with the same ease that you would if you were facing a target straight-on.
See other videos in our Conceal and Carry Module training module:
- Part 1. Trigger Control
- Part 2. Dynamic Deviation Control
- Part 3. Two-Handed Handgun Grip
- Part 4: 360-Degree Presentation From A Holster