Close Quarters Shooting: Handgun Drawing | Personal Defense Network With Rob Pincus

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Close Quarters Shooting: Handgun Drawing | Personal Defense Network with Rob Pincus

All in all some really good information but there is one little thing I did not like.  Will see if any of the readership here at The Instinctive Edge can guess.  Otherwise very cool stuff!

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Brian R. VanCise

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About Brian VanCise

Hi my name is Brian R. VanCise and my passion is the Martial Sciences. I have trained almost my entire life in the pursuit of martial excellence and I teach a world class curriculum in Las Vegas, Nevada and my good friend Gary Haffey runs our IRT Training Hall in Alma, Michigan. View my website at: www.instinctiveresponsetraining.com or Contact us at: 702-326-3622
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2 Responses to Close Quarters Shooting: Handgun Drawing | Personal Defense Network With Rob Pincus

  1. Hi Brian,

    There is a huge crossover between hand to hand and firearms that most people overlook. This is an important concept in my curriculum. With that being said, this is a pretty video. However, the final talking point in this video about the laser is a little off point. When someone is activity attacking, ie moving forward, there is a minimal chance that someone will be able to engage the laser point button and then identify the laser on target with the effects of the survival stress response in full kick.

  2. Hi Christopher,

    You and I are in absolute total agreement here. Even taking time to try and activate a laser point button under stress, close quarter may end up with the attacker having a distinct advantage. Love Rob’s work and this is a good video and I applaud every instructor integrating hand to hand and firearms training as it is often overlooked!

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