Rob Pincus outlines the Combat Focus Shootingconcept, based on how the human body reacts tosudden high-stress situations or “dynamic criticalincidents.” In the book (2010 edition) he explores thehuman nervous system’s responses to threats,such as the instinctive “startle reflex,” and showshow to train those natural responses into an effectiveself-defense handgun shooting style. Pincusstresses the “balance between speed and precision,”understanding how the target size, distance and confidence in your ownskill levels affect your ability to quickly get hits to stop the threat. Othertopics covered include the warrior expert theory, counter ambush trainingand multiple target engagements. Book: 215 pages, soft cover, 5½" x 8½".
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