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Vehicle Gunfighting (Cruel Hand Luke) AAR


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This will be more concise in outline form, so... The class covered the following:

- Identify common threats we might encounter.

- Day-to-day good habits we can adopt to make ourselves harder targets and enhance our awareness.

- Countermeasures (passive and active) to the threat, to include:

   - Escape

   - Using the vehicle to your advantage

   - Armed resistance to the threat

The instructor presented different techniques, followed up with dry and live fire practice. We then moved on to the vehicles where we used the techniques in/around our vehicles (dry and live fire). Students were encouraged to try different ways and find what worked best for them with their particular vehicles. We covered fighting in the vehicles as well as movement in/out of the them, including how to use them for cover and concealment. We didn't just try out the techniques but got plenty of "reps" to internalize them, firing from and around the vehicles at many different angles and from many different positions. Finally, we did some two-person work, coordinating our movement and fire in and around the vehicles.

This is a great class and well worth the time/money. Randy Harris (the instructor) presents things in a straightforward, no-nonsense way. There is no wasted time which leaves plenty of time to work on the techniques and get feedback from Randy. I learned a lot, am very happy with the class, and would highly recommend it.

Al

 

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