Carbine Rifle C.O.R.R. Combative Training

Duration: 4:49

Chris Fry demonstrates the C.O.R.R. (Clamp – Orient – Ram – Retract) principle for close-quarters engagements when you are armed with a carbine. Under what circumstances should you employ it?

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One Response to “Carbine Rifle C.O.R.R. Combative Training”

  1. Randy

    Very helpful. I did have a bit of a tough time visualizing how different ways an assailant may grab the carbine and make it a contest of strength to perform the first action of clamping. It may require stepping in closer to them if one can’t retract it enough to get under the arm.