Importance of movement
Mas, how important have you found movement to be during a self-defense incident? In all the incidents you have studied, have you found a single step to one side or another is sufficient or have you found continous movement to be most effective? Of course we want to move to cover if possible, I'm meaning movement after or during the draw and initial rounds fired. Currently, I train our officers to step right or left (depending on terrain) as they draw in an attempt to move off the "X" and disrupt, however short, the bad guys OODA loop.
As usual, thanks for the help......