Personal Defense for Handicapped Shooters

Shoot, move and communicate. All team personal defense training involves some form of these three rules. But what happens when a shooter is disabled and/or in a wheelchair?

Handicapped individuals are restricted in movement and often require help in personal defense situations. PDTV host and G&A.com blogger George Wehby and instructor Christian Fleming cover what you’ll need to know when trying to defend a disabled person and how to effectively get them to cover. You never know when you’ll be forced to use these tactics for disabled shooters.

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