SIMON “JJ” RACAZA – KEM-BA-TIVZ SUDDEN VIOLENCE SERIES VOL.03 SPEED SHOOTING available at Whatstudy
Includes: Dimensions 15 × 20 × 05 cm | Weight 0.150g
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To help combat the rise in violent crime around the world, Paladin Press is adding a crucial new title to its Sudden Violence Series. Filmed on location at Kelly McCann’s Kem-‘ba-tivz Civilian Training Center in Fredericksburg, Virginia, Speed Shooting: Practical Handgun Techniques from a World Champion introduces Simon “”JJ”” Racaza to the Kem-‘ba-tivz family. Along with concentration, consistency and accuracy, speed is an essential attribute for a pistol shooter. In fact, speed can often be the difference between who lives and who dies in a firefight. The bad news is that speed can only be achieved through long (and often expensive) hours of training.
An early prodigy, Racaza began shooting a .45 caliber 1911 at the age of 8 and became one of the fastest pistol shooters in the world. Racaza was the leader of the US Gold team at the 2011 World Shooting Championship and is currently an active federal agent. In this video, he shares his hard-earned knowledge and experience as a marksman. Penniless early in his career, Racaza trained and improved his skills primarily through dry-fire training, spending at least 45 minutes a day mastering his pistol and using a mirror to refine his body posture and movements. This method helped him to carefully consider and study all aspects of pistol shooting, from initial grip, drawing and presentation to controlling and firing shots. Racaza’s training method revolves around the rhythm of the shots. In step-by-step exercises,
When responding to sudden and violent attacks, the speed fire skills taught in this video can be the key to prevailing in a firefight.
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