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Podcast 182 Paul Carlson: How Fast is Fast Enough for Self Defense Shooting

By on April 5, 2017

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Today:  Paul Carlson talks about speed between shots for self defense shooting. Does it really matter? What should you spend your time on to improve? Check out the podcast to find out.

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Podcast Outline:

Conversation with Paul Carlson of Safety Solutions Academy.  He does training in Ohio and has his own podcast.  If you aren’t listening, you should be.

We Talk about:

  • How fast is fast enough?
  • Split times for self defense
  • Re-action Times
  • How fast can guns run?
  • How Fast can someone go?
  • Should you care?
  • What you really should practice:
    • Decision making
    • Running the gun without thought
    • Putting energy and time into scenario training and practice
  • Self Defense training is more about tactics then shooting

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Ben

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