Understanding and Adapting to AR Offset

Back in the old days we never considered offset for the M-16. When it was better understood firearms trainers would stand on the line yelling “remember your offset”. What we have found from after action reviews is that under the extreme stress of life...


Parting Thoughts

Back in the old days we never considered offset for the M-16. When it was better understood firearms trainers would stand on the line yelling “remember your offset”. What we have found from after action reviews is that under the extreme stress of life and death combat calculating offset is about as easy and counting your shots or Chinese arithmetic.  

Keeping it simple and straight forward would seem to be the way to go. We all know that training time and range time are not what they should be. Rather than complicate the situation we can use the recently available hardware to make are our shots count. For more information about these products you can go to dueckdefense.com, lewismachine.net, or predatortactical.com.

 

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About The Author:

Mr. Markel is a former United States Marine, Police Officer, and has worked as a professional bodyguard both in the U.S. and overseas. A Subject Matter Expert on Small Arms and Tactics, Markel has provided instruction to law enforcement and U.S. Military troops.

As a recognized author and writer, Paul has penned several hundred articles published in numerous professional journals and trade periodicals. Topics include firearms training, use of force, marksmanship, less-than-lethal force options, product reviews and evaluations, emergency medical care, and much more. Sought after as a public speaker, Mr. Markel is at home in front of an audience large or small.

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