Moving quickly to get off the line of fire is important, but that alone will not stop a threat. Getting the gun into a shooting position and firing on the threat are what ends critical incidents. The faster and better you can decelerate and get into a stable shooting platform, the more easily you’ll be able to get combat-accurate hits on the threat. Close-ups and slow-motion illustrate key concepts of the deceleration drills.
SEE OTHER VIDEOS IN OUR DEFENSIVE HANDGUN DRILLS TRAINING MODULE:
Part 1. Active Shooter Response: Drills for Defensive Shooting
Part 2. Pistol Shooting Drills: Alternative Target Area
Part 3. Lateral Movement Deceleration Drills
Part 4. Multiple Ports Shooting Drill
Part 5. Defensive Shooting in Motion Training Drill