Basic Fighting Positions

Discussion in 'Training & Safety' started by SGT-MILLER, Jun 10, 2009.

  1. SGT-MILLER

    SGT-MILLER New Member

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    Here's some pictures of some basic fighting/ready positions. I hope it provides everyone here with a good visual to study if needed.

    Standing:
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    Close up of grip while standing:
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    One handed variation:
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    Kneeling:
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  2. SGT-MILLER

    SGT-MILLER New Member

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    Two-handed ready:
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    One-handed ready:
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    Prone, engaging front-left:
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    Prone, engaging front-right:
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  3. SGT-MILLER

    SGT-MILLER New Member

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    On back:
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    On back, engaging right:
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    On back, engaging left:
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    Hope you all can use this to better your own skills. At least, I hope you can take these and modify them to your situation and needs.
     
  4. IGETEVEN

    IGETEVEN New Member

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    Nice tactical pictures SGT. I teach all the same moves in my CQC classes. They all require some live fire practice to be and stay proficient.

    What would have been nice though, was that all the times that I have been in those positions, whether in past military conflicts or teaching, I was on a damn carpet instead the ground. Ha, Ha.
     
  5. Dillinger

    Dillinger New Member

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    Great pics Sarge - That gun almost looks to small for your hands in a couple of those shots.

    Time to get a full sized 1911. :D

    JD
     
  6. SGT-MILLER

    SGT-MILLER New Member

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    Sounds like a good plan.


    Would anyone like to donate to the "SGT-MILLER needs a full size 1911" fund?

    :D
     
  7. hydrashok

    hydrashok New Member

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    Hell no!

    Personally, I think it's bad ass you posted training pics using your Hi-Point! There are too many "elitist" that would frown on that, but I encourage it!

    The cool thing about Hi Points are they are inexpensive, but just as reliable (if not more so) than their expensive counterparts. Don't let anybody give you $hit about using a Hi-Point. It'll keep up!

    ...I'll own a Hi-Point some day.
     
  8. SGT-MILLER

    SGT-MILLER New Member

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    I am a firm believer of learning to defend with what you have, not with what you wish you have.

    Thanks for the compliment. :)
     
  9. IGETEVEN

    IGETEVEN New Member

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    Affirmative, I am a firm believer in that as well.

    Keep up the good work SGT, most people would have to pay to get the valuable information and instructions you are putting out here and I hope people will take advantage of your dedicated real world training tips and videos and be appreciative of your selfless time and dedication you give in their making. You are a great example of leadership and a dedicated, proud and responsible gun owner. HOOOAHH!!

    And brother, you are a lot more photogenic than I. :D

    Jack
     
  10. dynastyofnext

    dynastyofnext New Member

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    Good stuff. Do you have anything on close combat with a knife?
     
  11. WDB

    WDB New Member

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    Nice Work Sgt...keep em coming!