Personal Defense TV: How to Become a Moving Target

Personal Defense TV: How to Become a Moving Target

Become a moving target is as easy as fast footwork and quick reflexes, right?

It's not always that easy. Contrary to Hollywood action scenes, dodging bullets involves much more than doing a few barrel rolls. Practicing fundamental footwork can mean the difference between engaging a target or becoming a target.

On this segment of Personal Defense TV, we explain techniques for becoming a moving target. And be sure to tune into PDTV on Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays on The Sportsman Channel.


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