Chris Fry of MDTS Training takes a step-by-step look at employing the C.O.R.R. principle with a long gun. It’s designed to prevent takeaways and engage an aggressor at close quarters without using lethal force. Chris also presents options for lethal force should that become necessary.
Thanks, I noted 2 mistakes I could have made in the Ramp, retraction movement I could have easily made under the stress of the situation. Much appreciated
Nice video, but shouldn’t the first “R” be RAM instead of RAMP?
Interesting concept but it seems based on self defense. As a team member making entry, you are offensive. Once a suspect grabs that carbine, all bets are off. You strike until he stops. The sling is there for a reason. He should use it. Let go of the carbine, draw your handgun and end the fight.
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Ditch the sling, it makes a great thing to grab onto and give you some serious problems.