The Federal Bureau of Investigation. The FBI collects information on killed and attacked employees, since 1945, the Commission has been collecting such data since 1980. FBI from 1995 to 2004.
1. Get ready for a swift, spontaneous and deadly attack.
It can be concluded that there is a risk of survival. The daily law enforcement routine. You are talking.
There are a lot of difficulties that have come to be taken into account. required to complete combat training at close range.
2. Prepare to attack people.
Statistics indicate that in 60% of the attacks, more than 1 attacker was carried out. At the same time, it is necessary to take into account the possibility of a collision. Responsibility to the law enforcement officers.
If you’re on your own, you’ll be able to make it a little bit more. .
3. Practice suspicious transitions, including search and handcuffing.
Handcuff a suspect. It is not a dangerous situation.
In the course of the removal of weapons.
4. Base your training.
The statistics clearly indicate that at most distances. But at the distance. Just when preparing, consider this situation and brewing, try to increase the distance as much as possible.
It’s a challenge to make it possible to understand the situation.
5. Base your training.
Situations of our situations. It will be discussed further. It is a fact that the body is moving away from it.
Unfortunately, such precision shooting basics will be one of the first lost. It is a necessary way to do it. But you can’t degraded.
6. Integrate realistic scenarios.
But it’s not a problem. trying to do the same thing at the same time. Where is my trunk going? Where is my partner? Where is the trunk of my partner? Proper tactical communication is critical at the moment!
Chase away groups of 2-3 people through various realistic scenarios. Use targets set in various places and configurations. It was inconvenience. It is a clear understanding of the situation.
7. During all the sessions.
Thereten is enough. Increase the number of survivors. Despite the fact that it is not a lawsuit, it is not dangerous. Reflection in the mirror. It is clear that there has been a scoop on it.
Clint Smith (famous shooting instructor, approx. Translator) says, if you’re a fight, you can’t be cut down. It can be a little differently than originally planned. Knowing how to shoot, recharge and eliminate your hands (left and right) is very important. Employees must be confident, even if they are injured. Also, the knowledge of these techniques adds self confidence.
8. Practice of shooting with hands and arms,
There can be a certain amount of fire control. May be impractical or dangerous in shelter / cover use situations.
Based on considerations security, one-handed grip It is particularly important.
9. Train employees to search and clean up buildings and firing indoors.
Knocked out, they call the police. Does a special forces group go there? Of course not the nearest police car heading there. In the interior, there is a tendency to carry out cleaning. It is clear that there is no need for it to be seen.
It is one thing when it comes to check around 360 degrees around the perimeter.
10. Train in low light conditions.
It can’t be underestimated by 70% or more of the rifle clashes. This was the case. It can be a lot of fun.
And you can’t fight it. On this basis, you should be confident. If you also use laser designators, then you should also not have enough time to train with them.
11. Learn the technique of “shooting while moving”
If you keep a clear stand during the fight, then you are doing something wrong. If you move, then either break or move to the shelter. Being able to catch on. It is also hitting where you want to go.
Remember, that, shooting while driving, you must move no more than you can.
12. Practice shooting at moving targets
US law enforcement agencies. It was quietly sitting at the same time? It is a great advantage for an employee.
Very important to learn shoot at moving targets both of you and in parallel, because of these situations.
Authors: Benk Miller, Ben Kurata, Action Target Academy
Translation: Alexander Milyukov
12 critical elements of rifle training staff