Rob Pincus takes a common-sense look at the myths that have been perpetuated in the training industry over the years about how to develop and practice close quarters shooting skills. This is one area in which training against paper targets is totally unlike what an actual defensive encounter against another human at contact distance looks like. Rob presents some more plausible options for frequently taught but flawed close quarters shooting techniques.
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