I train two options, the variable is the context of the draw. If I am drawing "proactively", that is before I am actually under attack, no verbalization. If I am under attack, as in a close range snarl, I will yell "BACK OFF!" in conjunction with drawing and deploying my weapon. It's just a good all-around policy:
-Tells bad guy you don't want any.
-Tells any witnesses you didn't want any.
-Tells yourself you tried everything you could before shooting the bad guy.
-Forces bad guy to mentally process another piece of info causing some disruption.
-Forces you to breathe.
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- Mon Nov 18, 2013 8:37 am
- Forum: General Texas CHL Discussion
- Topic: Do you practice a phrase to yell if you draw on a BG?
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