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by apostate
Sun Jun 03, 2012 10:08 pm
Forum: General
Topic: Close Quarters Confrontations?
Replies: 6
Views: 1295

Re: Close Quarters Confrontations?

CQC AAR

The class covered a mix of hand-to-hand skills, gun handling, and live fire. Broadly, the subjects were:
• handgun disarming - standing front & rear, seated, third party
• handgun retention - extended arms, close ready, in holster
• contact draw stroke - stationary opponent, charging opponent
• firing from the contact draw stroke and close ready
• breaking contact after the above actions
• a quick review of GDH foundation shooting and gun handling skills
• commands - tape loop(s) - before/during, as well as afterward
• shooting while moving - backwards, laterally, angular
• engaging multiple targets - sight video
• shooting from the ground - 360 degrees
• close range gun on gun - SIRT and live fire on paper
• contact weapons - how close is too close? (Tueller)
• contact weapons - some options when they're too close

I probably forgot a few topics. I dictated notes to myself in the evenings but haven't reviewed them yet. :oops:

Instructors were John Holschen and 2-3 assistants/coaches at a time (out of 5 assistants over the weekend.)

Eight students. Two LEO, one electrician, several tech workers (from Google to Boeing) and a commercial fisherman.
by apostate
Sun May 06, 2012 10:46 pm
Forum: General
Topic: Close Quarters Confrontations?
Replies: 6
Views: 1295

Re: Close Quarters Confrontations?

I'm signed up for this class. If you come, say "Howdy!" to the other Texan. ;-)

I haven't taken this class before so I can't give a sneak peak of CQC, but here's a link to my review of InSights' SVT class a few years ago.

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