Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Into the FRAY

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Where Are You Aiming?

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If the goal is to stop the threat as quickly as possible, you need to put your rounds where they will rapidly cause the most dysfunction. The X ring on an old B-27 target is not that location. A quick lesson in anatomy shows that you need to strike the upper chest to most quickly and effectively stop the threat with center mass shots.
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