When shooting around barriers, are you using the pivot point correctly?
Make sure your shoulder is behind your front sight post when engaging targets when shooting around barriers.
Why are you putting your hands where you put them while dealing with a rifle malfunction?
Does it make the most sense to do it the way you are doing it?
In today's video, I share some tips for streamlining movements for a rifle malfunction.
If you have good situational awareness for your surroundings you can start to identify good points of cover and assess the best approach to get to them. This may not always be running in a straight line to the piece of cover though. Side to side movements in relation to the threat may in some cases get us behind cover more quickly and make us a harder target to hit for the bad guy. The longer we are exposed the more time they have to set up an accurate shot as well. For a further breakdown on this topic please join us for our private online training platform the "FSW University" which can be found here on our website.
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When reloading, you have to keep oriented to the threat! If you don’t, you may be surprised. In addition, your plates will be out of position if you are bladed towards the threat.
Watch the video above and learn how to maneuver your weapon if you need to climb over an object.
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A common error when coming up over a horizontal surface is not being aware of where your weapon is in relation to the obstacle. Don't do that!