Posted August 1, 2018 11:19 am by Comments

By John Falkenberg

Recently, we covered UF Pro’s video experimenting with various handgun disarms. It showed some very interesting stuff!

This time, the UF Pro team analyzed knife attacks at different ranges and under different conditions — it’s informative stuff, and it’s worth a watch (if you’re feeling lazy you can just look at the breakdown below):

Knife vs. Handgun – A Reality Check

The ultimate question: what distance should you keep when dealing with an attacker armed with a knife? We tested this with two spec ops veterans, a REX firearms Zero 1 FX handgun and a dummy knife. See the results for yourself. Sign up for more content like this:

Posted by UF PRO on Friday, July 27, 2018

The first attack takes place at three feet, where the defender with a firearm is at an extreme disadvantage. The defender isn’t even allowed to move. As you might imagine, the gunman wasn’t able to unholster and shoot in time to mitigate the attack.

In fact, it wasn’t even close.

In the second scenario, the defender was still at very close range. He was able to back up to try to buy some time.

It wasn’t enough time.

After these two …Read the Rest

Source:: Concealed Nation

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