Combat Focus Shooting

Combat Focus Shooting Information

Combat Focus Shooting is an intuitive shooting program designed to help the student become a more efficient shooter in the context of a Dynamic Critical Incident. This is not a marksmanship course, nor is it designed to accentuate skills that only work well on a square range in front of paper targets. Unlike many traditional programs, CFS does not take a purely mechanical approach to shooting training in isolation from the context in which the skill must be used. CFS is not simply “point shooting,” it is a training methodology that leads to more efficient defensive shooting skill.
For decades, combat shooters have known (and progressive trainers have acknowledged) that the human body and mind have predictable, instinctive responses to surprise and lethal threats. While the basics of weapons handling and marksmanship are important skills for all shooters, they are not the basis for success during most lethal encounters involving the defensive use of a handgun.
CFS is about the teaching/learning/coaching requirements associated with Defensive Shooting.
Included in the CFS Program are the following interrelated assumptions:
1.  We need to have an understanding of the differences between training in a controlled/safe/staged environment [e.g. family range, public range, competition, shoot house.] and training in preparation to respond to a stressful, chaotic, surprising, threatening Dynamic Critical Incident [DCI];
2.  We need to have an understanding of the Neuroscience associated with the DCI Concept;
3.  We need to have an understanding of the Physiology of the Body’s Natural Reactions to Stress; and
4.  We need to have an understand of the Physics of Defensive Shooting.
In short, CFS prepares students by training them in the context of defensive shooting in general, but more importantly in surviving variations of a DCI, up to and including a Combat Ambush.
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