What happen often in force on force is that once searching for the opponent, individuals who fully raise their weapons are either prematurely shoot on the opponent as they skip PID, or lower the gun in order to see and shortly afterward raise up and then shoot – which actually, and most ironically, increase the time of response. An individual who is already at a proper and logical lower ready position can already PID and in the process, almost at the same time, already bring up the gun – and shoot.
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Introduction video to Project Gecko CQB system
CQB instructional series by project gecko. This time we discuss the weak and strong side of door frames in CQB.
When it comes down to the conceptualism of tactical techniques, methods or skills - The tool box analogy is by far an analogy which represents a false and mostly unforgiven understanding of the relations between stress and performance. I chose the word unforgiven, because that's how it is – Unforgiven as it tends to be proven wrong just in the moment when things go out of the window and shit is splattered all over the wall. Considering the fact that the majority of people aren't statistically going to get that far in terms of actually fighting a threat, the fundamentals and depth of understanding of this fallacy tend to simply fade away from the sight of the masses, leaving peoples certain that their imaginary box of solutions and tools for every problem or issue, will actually exist when the time comes.