Close contact basics for pistol shooting (VIDEO)

Adam Painchaud with the Sig Sauer Academy walks you through the basics of keeping your gun in the fight when in a close-quarters situation.

As statistics show, most gunfights occur at ranges well inside the 15 yard mark, often at bad breath range, and Painchaud, a master class competitive shooter with military and police experience, details the shortfalls of a using a semi-auto in a “contact-close” fight.

Food for thought.

Of course you can always tote a wheelgun, but that’s its own set of problems there.

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