Reblog: “Three Seconds or Less” Shooting Drill | Active Response Training

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Here is another shooting drill recommended by Greg Ellifritz. I am always on the look out for easy to run drills that can be used on an indoor range. While this one is run from concealment with a little movement, I am sure that it could be modified slightly to fit the rules of some of the stricter indoor ranges.

This drill could also be a great dry fire drill to practice movement.

Click on the source link below to see the drill on Greg’s Website.

I got this drill from Karl Rehn at KRTraining.com.  It is designed to replicate the conditions of the “average” gunfight being at a distance of three yards, firing three rounds, over the course of three seconds.  The drill is 20 rounds and uses the same three second par time for each stage.

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