The C.A.R. System
The C.A.R. system of gunfighting is a unique gun fighting technique. This training creates a strong, stable and flexible platform for gunfighting action. It teaches quick target acquisition and rapid fire bursts of 4 shots in under 1 second with standard pistols. The C.A.R. System can be used effectively in small spaces and vehicles. It is applicable to team assault situations and will provide maximum weapon retention. It also serves as a practical and effective base for contact fighting.
Traditional shooting methods which utilize the weaver or the isosceles stances are just not getting the job done.
The C.A.R. system learning curve is very short. There is immediate improvement in weapon retention, a great reduction in recoil, and operators find that they can make multiple hits on targets while on the move and shooting very rapidly. The systems taught in the past (isosceles and weaver), are fairly effective in a range environment, but have been proven to be ineffective in real gunfights.
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