Moving while Shooting in Close Quarters

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The best technique for moving away from and shooting at a target in close quarters is demonstrated. The optimal strategy is to drive your gun into extension while rapidly moving away from the target to create a wider envelope for engagement. To effectively complete this drill, begin an arm’s length from your target in retention position. While you execute this task, don’t focus too much on hitting the same spot. By perfecting this drill, you will be able to widen your engagement envelope and escape close-quarters danger.

Tags: close quarters, pdn, target