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Old April 27, 2014, 07:59 AM   #39
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When I was trained on a hand gun I was shown to focuse on the target and just have the sights in periferal vision kinda blurry is this correct ?
In my military days I had this type of training on handguns, shotguns and rifles for CQB.

With the rifle and shotgun we were taught to just flip the butt of the long gun between your arm and body with the stock coming to rest just under your arm pit and the stock being squeezed between your upper arm and the side of your chest.

The Army called it "Quick Kill" it's actually a type of point or instinct shooting and yes it's done with both eyes open, I still practice and train this way today.

It's very effective for close encounters once you learn the technique, and as the name implies, it's quick.

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Bob Hunter
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