The Argument for Explosive Angular Movement in Close Quarter's Reactive Gunfights.


This study shows the speed and accuracy of untrained shooters and their tendency to shoot toward the face at close range. Luckily, the head is easier and quicker to move than the body.

http://www.forcescience.org/fsnews/66.html


This study explores reaction time as it pertains to the distance at which moving forcefully forward toward an adversaries gun is the best way to control a deadly threat. Angular movement may be your best bet even at very close range.

http://www.forcescience.org/fsnews/204.html


This study examines reaction time in relation to holding suspects at gunpoint. What is reasonable? How much leeway can you give an armed suspect? 

http://www.forcescience.org/fsnews/178.html


A direct study of hit percentages based on angle of movement during room entry.

http://alerrt.org/files/research/RoomEntryType.pdf


This is why moving straight back doesn't work.

http://www.forcescience.org/fsnews/239.html

Research

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