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Old 04-03-2014, 03:07 PM   #1
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U'll probably need h2h skills just to draw your gun

to "make" the time and space necessary to bring the gun "into play", you are likely to have to do some pivoting, jumping back, parrying of blows, moving to cover, putting obstacles between you and your attacker, executing blows, etc, AS you draw. Have you PRACTICED doing any of those things?
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Old 04-04-2014, 06:18 AM   #2
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to "make" the time and space necessary to bring the gun "into play", you are likely to have to do some pivoting, jumping back, parrying of blows, moving to cover, putting obstacles between you and your attacker, executing blows, etc, AS you draw. Have you PRACTICED doing any of those things?
Yep!! but my choice is to avoid those situations!! And, I practice that regularly. Pluss, my backup is usually close by and she is a better shot than I.
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to "make" the time and space necessary to bring the gun "into play", you are likely to have to do some pivoting, jumping back, parrying of blows, moving to cover, putting obstacles between you and your attacker, executing blows, etc, AS you draw. Have you PRACTICED doing any of those things?
Yes I have!

I sometimes incorporate an elbow or hammer strike to the target of opportunity behind me at the throat, nose, or temple prior to separating the pistol from the assailant.
Just to soften up his will a wee bit more
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Oh I see that now.
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Roger that!
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