Personal Defense Network has recently posted an excellent series of posts on self-defense. These posts dig deeper into elements of self-defense going past the classic grip, stance, and trigger control.
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This post looks at physical training, firearm selection, and ammo selection,
This post looks at some other considerations for anyone who’s serious about personal defense. Some of the topics are:
LASER DRY-FIRE PISTOL REPLICAS
CONTEXTUAL LASER DRY-FIRE DRILLS
CLEARING THE STIMULUS-RESPONSE CONUNDRUM OF LASER DRY-FIRE REPLICA TRAINING
BLOWBACK AIRSOFT PISTOL
- EMERGENCY DRIVING DYNAMICS
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