Artemis Angel Kiss
The love in me salutes the love in you. M. Williamson
Joined: Dec 18, 2010 19:32:12 GMT -5
Today's Mood: Twinkling
Location: Wishing Star
Favorite Drink: Fresh, clean cold bottled water.
Post by Artemis Angel Kiss on Jan 12, 2016 16:26:07 GMT -5
This list was on Outdoor Channel on how to practice with your firearm. Preparation in case you are involved in a terror attack.
SHOOTING RANGE PRACTICE
• 3 yards 2 shots on one target (Hammer: two very quick shots) FSprprFS
• 3 yards 1 shot to the head
• 3 yards failure drill (a Hammer to the body followed by a head shot)
• 3 yards 2 shots on each target (Hammer, Hammer)
• 5 yards 2 shots on each target followed by a head shot on each (Hammer, Hammer, head, head)
• 7 yards 2 shots on each target followed by a head shot on each
• 10 yards 2 shots on one target
• 15 yards Move to cover, go to kneeling and fire 2 shots on each target
• 25 yards Move to cover, go to kneeling and fire 2 shots on each target
• 50 yards Standing, 2 shots on one target (braced, from cover if available)
• 50 yards Braced kneeling, 2 shots on one target
A Hammer consists of two fast shots. As opposed to a controlled pair (front sight press, front sight press, front sight) a Hammer is much faster and involves two shots based on the first sight picture, followed by a front sight (front sight, press, press, front sight). Three sight pictures for a controlled pair and two sight pictures for a Hammer. In both cases, the final sight picture is part of the follow-throughoutdoorchannel.com/article.aspx?id=34982&articletype=article&key=test-your-survival-shooting-skills&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=editorial&utm_term=i550&utm_content=shooting
show your world to me...
Joined: Dec 21, 2010 8:10:29 GMT -5
Post by ktunes on Jan 20, 2016 1:58:57 GMT -5
or...just break out the slide fire...