Rob Pincus demonstrates a multiple target defensive drill that we can run that is going to realistically reflect what we’re probably going to have to deal with if we ever were attacked by multiple threats and had to respond with a defensive firearm or some other type of defensive action. The fact is that we are very unlikly to recognize and focus on two threats at once. A Personal Defense Network (PDN) original video.
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