Monday, September 05, 2016

Self-Defense Myths That Just Won't Die

Some good stuff, starting with
Myth]:] Any hit on the body is better than no hit. 
There’s a whole host of classes, blogs, and training schools that teach what is commonly referred to as “combat effective hits” — “combat accuracy” for short. It’s the idea that any hit with a handgun bullet, despite location on the body, is considered adequate for stopping an attacker in combat conditions.
Johnston doesn’t agree.

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