What happens if you must draw your weapon in the defense of yourself or others and you either utilize it, or find the threat has already been defeated? You should come to a ready position in case the situation escalates again. If you are a student of tactics and training you will often see the hi ready or lo ready position being utilized. Both are commonly used, and both have benefits and advantages.
In this video we take a look at each of these and how it plays a part in one small aspect of self-defense. That is the use of firearms in your defense when others you care about are with you. Particularly when those others do not have tactical experience and must be defended.
In this video we play this scenario out and discuss some thoughts on the subject of readiness. We want to certainly be ready while at the same time being safe with our firearms. Particularly under extreme stress you must keep your weapon in a safe and ready position so you can employ it, and it will not bring unwanted harm to others.
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