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What To Do In A Multi-Threat Scenario

Posted by Team Armscor on Aug 29, 2013

JJ Racaza expands on Natural Point of Aim tactics in a multiple target scenario. After engaging the primary threat using natural point of aim, backing up, and getting two hands on your firearm, JJ tells us to assess the situation and identify the next most immediate threat. Upon doing so, square your hips and upper body towards your target with both hands if possible on your firearm. Don't focus on perfect sight picture, this is about combat accuracy and rounds down range. Aim for center mass.

Once you've addressed all immediate threats take a second and assess the situation, check your surroundings and determine whether it's safe to holster your weapon and contact the authorities.

More On The Range:
Utilizing Barricades and Cover
Natural Point of Aim
Multiple Target Transitions
Alternative Mag Change

Topics: Shooting Tips, Concealed Carry & Self Defense