Shooting Situations to Be Aware of
I've been training and learning a lot about how to handle a gun properly and I'm becoming really skilled at it. I've studied some real life videos of actual shoot outs and I've learned a few things that everyone needs to know.
- Never draw on a drawn gun - You'll never be faster than a drawn gun and get shot
- Never draw your gun with your family or kids around you. The other shooters will most likely miss you and hit them on accident. Trigger control and stable hands isn't the thing for inexperienced shooters or criminals operating in a high stressed situation like a robbery.
- Scan the area for a 2nd shooter and make sure no one is behind you when you draw you gun so that you don't get shot by an accomplish while you engage the primary target.