Posted December 18, 2017 11:59 pm by Comments

By Fred Mastison

Anything less than total commitment to stopping an adversary can have lethal consequences. You must turn the tables and quickly become the aggressor.

According to the FBI’s 2012 Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted report 24 of the 44 officers killed with firearms in 2012 were between zero and five feet from the offender when shot. I am using these numbers as a reference because very little reliable data exists for the civilian sector. What we need to take from this is pretty straightforward. If bad things are going to happen, they usually happen in close quarters.

Anything less than total commitment to stopping an adversary can have lethal consequences. You must turn the tables and quickly become the aggressor.

U.S.A.-(Ammoland.com)- With a growing trend of people carrying concealed weapons for personal protection, a point should be made about the necessity of close quarter skills. Handgun training is an ongoing evolution of skills and tactics. If you carry for personal protection, however, it is important to evaluate your “training path” to make sure it coincides with your requirements. While slow fire on steel at 50 yards can be enjoyable, it has little to do with defending yourself at three feet.

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