In a self-defense situation, the bad guy might not stand out from the crowd right away. We need to be able to assess the threat we are looking for. This drill will help you think before you shoot and keep your brain engaged.
I’m glad its not algebra or would be up the creak with no paddle.
I do very similar drill during “Carry Classes”. 3 circles with random numbers between 0 - 9.
We draw from the holster after “math” command.
The crazy stuff begins when instructor starts with higher level, fe: “root of 16”
I hope he won’t go crazy one day with something like this:
Other drill, nothing with math…
Regular silhouette target, 15 feet. Firearm holstered.
Instructor tells a story (anything, not related to shooting)… and from time to time adds word “threat” into the story. This “threat” is the trigger to draw and take a good hit.
After the drill student has to prove he listened and understood the story
Seems to be simple, but results are surprising.
Why? The answer is correct.
Yes it is… But imagine to calculate it and draw firearm the same time
I just keep in mind that what I am holding could potentially kill the person next to me if I screw up. Does the trick for me.