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Old May 14, 2016, 05:48 PM   #8
Silent_Bob
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Great post, thanks for sharing your experience with reality based training or "RBT."

I too am a huge fan of RBT because - when done correctly - it yields results (especially in the are of orientation, stress inoculation, and "killing enabling") that are impossible to duplicate on live fire, dry practice, and video scenario training.

Noting quite comes close, and as those who have experienced it first hand know beyond a shadow of a doubt.

As the anecdotal comments suggest, training without going head to head with another living, thinking, moving, and violent individual/group is simply working on the mechanics of shooting.

If you aren't augmenting your training with quality (scripted and controlled scenarios that are designed to accomplish specific training objectives) RBT scenarios you really have no idea of what your training program is missing.
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