The natural Physiological Response to Threat and the implications for gunfighting
- Visual focus on threat, tunnel vision...not sights, in fact the tendency will be to shift the pistol lower to have unobstructed view of the threat...shooting at the feet
- Auditory Exclusion
- Heart rate high
- Degraded fine motor control...leaving only coarse muscle control
- Fear's Hormonal dump is not the same as physical exertion
Point shooting technique
- Point shooting is not sighted fire, but it is aimed fire.
- Pointing at an object with your finger
- Finger indexed on pistol
- Tape over sights
- Coarse muscle control means convulsive grip firing technique.
- Rob Leatham's Aiming is useless
- Body Point, Retention, Hip Technique Contact out to 5 feet
- Extended Point Shooting 5-20 feet
- Two handed, isosceles, technique beyond 20 feet.
- Applegate paintball quote
- Optimal use of cover
- Left hand as primary
- Perfect mirroring & why
- Ambi Controls
- How many rounds needed?
- Size and weight
- Opportunity Costs
- Paddle mag release