Tuesday, February 09, 2010



Today we'll be working on dynamic movement off the 'X' using the Pekiti take off, wounded drills that include tactical and slide-lock reloads using only one hand, primary side or support side, and Type I, II, and III malfunction clearing using primary only and support side only to simulate the effect of getting shot in your gun hand or your support hand at the start of a lethal engagement.

It's all about working these problems through in a relatively safe environment so that the first time you think about clearing a malfunction one-handed is not when you've been shot and someone is actively trying to murder you.

This way, when that happens, you already know what to do!

Won't you be a happy camper then? You bet you will.


And is it going to rain all day?

Hell yes it is.


It is a hard old world out there. You have to make your training harder.





Blogger Mim said...

What happens if you're howling and dropping to your knees? The hand is very rich in nerves.

Let's hope you never have to reload with one hand while the other one is dripping blood.

Mother Mim

5:01 PM  
Blogger tearful dishwasher said...

I'm with you on that one, Mim. Let's hope not.

6:02 PM  

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