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  1. #1
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    Default Video of Defender seizing the initiative.



    Although attacked while in a position of disadvantage, the defender reacts with dynamic movement to seize the initiative from the attacker.

  2. #2
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    That was a one man react to near ambush battle drill. Nice.
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    Moved pretty good for a big guy too...


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    Why the re- holster to get on comms?

    Good fight however, no after action assessment? WTF


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    Quote Originally Posted by JD Lester View Post
    Why the re- holster to get on comms?

    Good fight however, no after action assessment? WTF


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    His right hand was made useless on purpose. Had to reholster to be able to use comms.

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    CB3 is right on the money. His support hand wasn't available on purpose. Choosing to secure the gun in his holster, that only required one hand to use, while performing critical tasks like self aid or calling for help, is more logical than some options. If your arm or hand is injured stowing the gun in your armpit is like using a brand new holster for the first time while you are wounded, unless you've practice it beforehand. Putting the pistol behind your knee while kneeling, like the academies teach, makes us immobile. Food for thought.

    I shortened the video to what I thought was pertinent. He got his weapon out and conducted his after action assessment, of sorts, once he completed radioing for help. For most of us calling 911 might be more applicable.

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