Short-barreled firearms - tactical

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Possession of weapons, as well as methods of unarmed combat, will soon become a guarantee of survival for a modern man. Do not believe me? Evening news on television you will show a completely convincing picture.
Of course, not everyone has a free firearm, but the skills and techniques described in this book are applicable to many situations where traumatic or pneumatic weapons can be used (although the effect of the latter is, of course, controversial).
This amount of useful knowledge is seldom found in one edition. If you think that you understand shooting, forget about your naivety. Practical shooting in conditions of rapid combat (especially at short distances) is completely different from shooting in conditions of shooting range or other quite comfortable and safe training.
Here are just some of the topics that any firefighter should know about: shooting at close and close distance on an armed enemy; Shooting in confined spaces and in open terrain - where to find shelter, how to move and conduct fire from various positions of the body: lying, sitting, because of shelters, angles, etc .; The rapid extraction of weapons, bringing it into readiness and firing at point-blank range; Shooting in the dark; Help a friend, use the terrain, terrain, weather and so on. - The list of topics is large enough to impress even a professional.

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Title: Short-barreled firearms - tactical advantages
Author: Michael Janich
Format: PDF
Size: 5 mb
Quality: Excellent
English language
Year of Publication: 2015

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