Continuing from our last weeks video on Concealed Carry Combatives we also have to take into consideration:
1-our point shooting from the hip (as many practice) might not hit the target when we are both moving
2-that one shot may not immediately stop the threat especially with a pistol caliber so anticipate that you will need multiple impacts and more time addressing the threat
3-the attacker will most likely not stop after one attempted strike and will chase and continue to attack
4-point shooting can be done with hands high you you can look done the slide of the pistol for better accuracy and a more defensive position
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Many street fights go to the ground and we may find ourselves in a situation where we need to create space and manage our firearm to engage the attacker and keep our guard up while creating space to safely stand. Here is a quick excerpt from last weeks Concealed Carry Combatives training.
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How sick is it in movies when the bad guy storms in and the hero of the scene slides back from their seated position, flips the table in the process, and engages the threat?
Although great for movies, flipping tables may not be the best option. In the video above, I demonstrate how to place your feet so as you stand to engage the threat, your chair is pushed backwards, giving you the space you need.
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This is a brief excerpt from the Protector's Summit breakout on the Active Shooter Response Topic.
When confronted with an active shooter with no option but to fight back, the "Anchor Man" is a huge role to fulfill for survival. This short clip touches on a couple key points from Nauka as well.
This is an excerpt from the Introduction video in Vehicle Combatives series that is now live on the FSW University.
The Vehicle Combatives Series contains 9 videos that cover the overview of fighting in and around vehicles, how to exit the vehicle, the different options for cover and concealment, angles, how to maneuver around passengers, and finally how to practice it at home and on the range.
Members can complete the course here.
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Are you justified in using deadly force in a close combatives situation?
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