lsharp Wrote:
Apr 12, 2013 8:59 AM
I am going to be honest for a second, the video I saw on their website was, interesting. It showed a woman being trained in a "sweep and clean" simulation within a building. The instructor was chastising her for keeping the pistol close and tucked, rather than leading with the weapon (Holding the gun as far out as your arms will go). The reality is, in close, tight areas, when your constantly moving, keeping the elbows bent and close to your torso is the best way to shoot and move. Attempting to remember when to extend your arms in and out is not only unnecessary, but unsafe. Katie for AZ senate!