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Being prepared for what comes after a defensive shooting is an important part of armed defense training.
What can you keep in your proverbial tool kit to help galvanize your own self-trust, burgeoning skills and personal confidence? The answer is personal resilience and self-defense.
Training with and relying on a partner can be a pivotal element of any personal defense preparedness.
Once the armed citizen has advanced to the point that he or she can draw and shoot their defensive handgun safely, accurately and quickly, it would be a very good idea to start adding movement to the defensive response. Movement has the potential to momentarily confuse and surprise an attacker, allowing the citizen to gain a bit of advantage.
What is a suitable quick-draw time, and how important is that for the armed defense with a handgun?