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Realistic training for a future gunfight is critical for a successful outcome. My
combat experiences have taught me to reevaluate my training system, work ethic
and how to channelize my training regime into a more streamlined and effective
package. It also confirmed some lessons while voiding others. Proven combat
techniques may not be flashy and may require a bit more physical effort on the part
of the shooter. Further, they may not win competition matches, but they will help
ensure your survival in a shooting or gunfight on the street.
First, I learned through experience that I would rather be in a “Shooting” than a
“Gunfight.” The difference is simple. A shooting is one-way event, all the shooting
is done by me. The gunfight is where your opponent has the opportunity to fight
back. I prefer the shooting to the gun fight as getting shot at leads to getting shot
and this hurts.
How do you make shootings happen? Simply by seeing faster and anticipating the
fight. It begins by setting yourself up in a tactically superior position before the
fight happens. Further, equipment, physical conditions and mindset play critical
roles in your success. …

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