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Some analysis on how to most effectively transition the gun from one location to a second location. The contraction of muscle depends on the amount of distance. A shorter transition demands quick upper thoracic vertebrae rotation. A wider transition requires more recruitment of the knees and hip thrust. Always drive the eyes aggressively to lead the body.

Breakdown of Narrow and Wide Target Transitions

The article provides analysis on how to most effectively transition a gun from one location to a second location. The contraction of muscle depends on the amount of distance between targets. A shorter transition demands quick upper thoracic vertebrae rotation. A wider transition requires more recruitment of the knees and hip thrust. Always drive the […]

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2009 Training Wide Angle Target Transitions

This entry is part 8 of 9 in the series 2009 Original LE Firearms Training

This entry is part 8 of 9 in the series 2009 Original LE Firearms TrainingThis was a very early on training executed by Young Lee. Mr. Lee as a full-time law-enforcement firearms instructor and an accomplished competitive shooter. This is one of our very very first training videos ever posted. It’s part of a Multi […]

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2009 Training Short Angle Transitions

This entry is part 3 of 9 in the series 2009 Original LE Firearms Training

This entry is part 3 of 9 in the series 2009 Original LE Firearms TrainingThis was a very early on training executed by Young Lee.  Mr. Lee as a full-time law-enforcement firearms instructor and an accomplished competitive shooter. This is one of our very very first training videos ever posted. It’s part of a Multi […]

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