There are several reasons why you may need to aim at an alternative target area other than the high-center chest area in a defensive shooting scenario. Maybe your attacker is wearing an armored vest, maybe he is taking shots to the chest and still isn’t going down, or maybe you’re just not able to hit this preferred area. What now? Rob Pincus explains some secondary target areas you can focus on instead, and how you should reset your body and the weapon in order to transition among these target areas.
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