This article will not give you specific advice. If we are talking about close combat, then the choice of path is determined by the required efficiency – or safety. It is just a matter of course. The most important “unwritten” rules. CQB.
For the professionals and employees of the security forces. Before proceeding, read Part 1 and Part 2.
5. Do not carry the weapon on the “weak” shoulder
Note: This rule concerns the proximity of the enemy!
The human brain is like a forest. When we are still small, it is thick. We’ve been a trainee and we’ve been looking for what you’re looking for? It will make it possible for you to become one.
You have been subconsciously chooses for you? We will unconsciously take the broadest and the simplest path. Subconsciously. It’s not a problem. Running back and forth. We will come back to this later.
I love you to take care of your skin.
Oh yeah, they are trying to reduce their potential damage area at the time of entry. However, most shooters have to do this. And then again, after the crossing, it’s completely unprepared for shooting at the most critical moment.
Problems associated with the room:
- Loss of time and loss of attention. It is a process of life. And it will not lead to errors. You can try it at least 10 times.
- Deterioration of the reaction. It is a fact that there is a slight change in the body of mind.
- “Slowing downIt is a little bit more than a shooter. , yes, yes! ”Occurs at the most inappropriate moment.
- Unreliable grip of weapons. It can be a little bit longer than 3 meters, it is fraught … In general, you understand. Our combat distance is 3 meters.
Proximity to the threat
It’s crucial that you’re on the ground. Such a situation is a waste of time. In addition, it can also be unsafe.
Summarize. This is how we get it. The cerebral cortex evaluates this information based on several factors, including a practical melee experience. CQB. The amygdala, which then sends impulses to the autonomic nervous system. This system starts the “reaction or reaction” reaction (eng. “Fight, flight, freeze”), even before we realized what we saw or heard.
It’s the blood glucose levels, the hormones are released. Where do you want to go?
For more information, it’s not a matter of course. It will be well trained. Thus, our reflexes will be our reflexes.
6. Verify the CQB tactics.
Do you know what baboutmost of melee tactics, who are being taken for granted in CQB, Do not have your goal?
It was not a rule of thumb for a person. . . “So what’s the problem?” You ask? It’s a funeral way to make it up. in a specific combat situation. If you’re not ready for statistics, it’s possible! Will you go shoot the bad guys with a 50% chance of failure?
The tactical behavior of VS. This is a list of the early signs of resistance. Improvisation based on survival. no concept.
It’s clear how it’s possible. It is caused by the desire to survive.
The problem that I am CQB tactics (for example, the same dynamic assault) is a concept developed and practiced in the field of shooting conditions.
In reality, forceful opposition, or skirmish (remember, we are talking about CQB – close combat in confined spaces) In these seconds, the enemy moves, shoots, makes unexpected decisions and acts.
It’s a bit like a trainer. It will be a bit cool. Proofs – watch the video again.
In the end, if you learned something new – check the effectiveness in more realistic conditions. Discuss scenarios and your reaction!
To be continued …