GUN Balance of Speed & Accuracy (BSA Drill/Qual)

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  1. Paul Revere

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    Got this email from a friend:

    Thought you guys might like this. This course of fire is used by the guys at Magpul Dynamics as part of their training cycle. Looks like fun.

    And no, I have no idea what dynamic stance, dynamic kneeling or dynamic prone are so just do it not so dynamically and you should be fine. I wonder if “dynamic” is the new “tactical”?


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  2. ChipOnShoulder

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    Dynamic kneeling and prone is just getting into position without an extra movement, like moving your foot back or something.

    Apparently, the Army manual has like 5 steps for getting into the kneeling position or something like that.

    Dynamic prone is putting your support hand on the deck, kicking both your feet out at the same time, and letting your primary weapon hit the deck and absorb the blow. You of course, need a magazine that can withstand that.
     
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    oh, cool deal. i'll email that back to my friend.
     
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    I was talking to Chris Costa on the phone like a week or two ago and he said that BSA drill is really out of date and not exactly what they teach at the course anymore. I guess the one they do is tougher now.
     
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    When I ran the course a few months back, there was a lot more switching of positions, and higher round counts.

    Guess "double tapping" has become a training scar.
     
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    :dunno: that's probably true. still something good to work on, though.
     

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