Discussion in 'Strategies, Tactics, and Training' started by Tierhog, Jun 28, 2004.
I have the runner 21' behind and off to the side of the shooter. Enough so that the shooter can see the runner. The runner then takes off towards the shooter, who then must draw and hit a paper target before the runner can come up and slap him on the back.
Having the shooter actually feel contact before they clear their holster or fire their gun is a big eye opener and attention getter.
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