Compromising Technique for Speed

In a life threatening situation you will likely perform a skill like operating a firearm at 40% of your typical capability. Alastar TDS-C does a good job showing how much your groups can open up at various distances using improper sight pictures.

It's helpful to see this demonstration- my takeaways:
  • It's the muscle memory that makes this demonstration possible
  • Training with a goal of perfection is useful to build that muscle memory
  • Within the 7 yard self defense zone you can benefit more from speed and muscle memory (using an isosceles stance) than acquiring a perfect sight picture

 

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