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So how many bullets does it take to stop a fight? The answer is always the same if you know what you're talking about.
It's as many as it takes.
So a lot of people argue, "I just need my five shot snub noserevolver" or "my single stack semi-auto.
" Look, I own them all.
I carry them from time to time there's nothing wrong with them.
They wonderful to have and have saved many lives.
But at the end of the day you don't knowwhen trouble comes your way.
If that's one bad guy and one rounds going toincapacitate him, and stop the fight and save your life.
Or if it's two, three, four attackers.
Studies show that many manyviolent attacks has multiple attackers involved.
If you have five rounds in a snub-nose and haven't trained yourself in rapidreload of a revolver, you are way behind the curve.
Add to that, instances where the gunmight have a malfunction.
Now you're in real trouble and you've got just a couple pound implement that you can throw at the badguy.
So what we're going to look at today is the benefits of a high-capacitysemi-automatic.
There's a reason that this is what police officers carry.
There's a reason that this is what the military carries.
Because this is are real fight stopping tool.
One other thing that we want everybodyto keep in mind when were looking at all of these drills is, mostfolks that on themselves for self-defense, theyautomatically think because they have that weapon there somehow safer.
Studies from the last forty years of lawenforcement show that police officers miss almost eighty percent of the time when they'refiring.
Eighty percent of the time.
And these are people that are supposedlytrained.
Nothing against law enforcement.
I'm friends with lots of them.
A lot them are very good shooters.
Some of the best trainers I know our law enforcement.
But, just because you have a gun, that'sthe point we're trying to make, its not make you safe.
You need to be able to train yourself andrapid target acquisition.
And multiple shots on target andsometimes multiple shots on multiple targets.
So we're gonna look at that right now.
What that looks like.
So, a drugged assailant drill.
Or a body armor defeation drill, what wewant to try to do is put multiple shots on target into the A Zone on fast and hard.
To drive the attacker to the ground.
We follow him to the ground.
We say to ourself, "Did the rounds hit? Did they work?" Scan and assess our area.
If there's more attackers, more targets, weaddress them.
So here's what that's going to look.
We're going to draw.
We're going to come to the target.
When I say multiple shots we're not talking.
Now tell me that's not going t drive abad guy to the ground.
We're going to look at that again.
This time from the holster.
Were actually incorporate a little bitof movement.
We always want think, when we're shooting we should be moving.
Because if we're shooting there's a threat.
So standing still is a bad idea.
So herewe go.
bang bang bang) Follow the threat to the ground.
Come back to the holster.
So now we'regoing add to that, multiple targets.
See we got our targetout to the right and farther back.
All kinda schools of thought on this.
Which one do you hit first? Do you put one into each? Let's just, for the purpose for thisvideo break it down into, I've got two bad guys.
They're out there, I'm here I'm gonna hit A and then I'm going to B.
I'm gonna come back and scan the situation/area before I re-holster my gun.
Youralso gonna wanna start incorporating checking your six.
So here we go.
Check the six.
Come back to the holster position.
We're going to do that drill one more time.
This time I'm going to try to incorporatelittle bit more speed.
You see because the second target is out about 7-8 yards.
I slowed down just a little bit to make sure we got good hits.
It looks like we got all A Zone hits.
I'm going to reload and do that one more time.
bang bang bang) Follow'em to the ground.
So that's what we're trying to do.
What we want to incorporate in all of our training is not just drop the gun and put one roundon target.
Were working under the assumption hereat the gunfight not under the assumption of can I put a whole a piece of cardboard.
If I have to draw the weapon out on the street and shoot somebody.
I want to make surethat this threat is stopped.
Remember, you're never shooting to kill.
We're shooting to stop.
And we know you four, five, six, seven rounds.
while that may seem excessive thesomeone in the courtroom, I've decided to deploy a weapon because I feel my lifeor the life of another is in danger.
So that's what we're going to do.
Hey everybody, Mickey Schuch with Carry Tainer dot com.
Reminding you everything you see us do is something that we practice many times with unloaded firearms.
You need to do the same before you tryanything with the gun.
Remember safety is your responsibility.
You read and know how to use a firearm and understand what you are shooting and know what's beyond the backstop.
Also, you and you alone responsible for your personal safety.