Target Variations Skill Development drill primarily deals with the change of target distance. Whenever we are doing a balance of speed and precision drill we always want to identify which of the four factors that we are changing. The fours factors are target size, distance, environment conditions and anticipation of the need to shoot. A Personal Defense Network (PDN) original video.
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