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I came across this on a TV show and wondered if it was an actual thing or Hollywood BS.

Apparently, it's a thing, primarily in CQB. But, a quick scan of YouTube on the subject nets me a bunch of questionable videos from people I've never heard of.

So, my question is, are any REPUTABLE trainers using this?

Names? Links to videos?




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The Center Axis Relock has been around a long time. Most notably it came back to public view in the first John Wick movie. I'm sure that folks are still teaching it, Keanu Reeves is a prime example that he was taught this for the first movie. But, the thing that I'll note is that anytime Wick/Reeves took any kind of distance shot, he went back to a more modern shooting stance.

To me, in close quarters, I prefer just to keep the gun on the center line in the high ready position. I can shoot from there, fight for the gun if I have to, etc. I can shoot up close from there, and press the gun out as I get distance.


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Thank you, I appreciate the concise explanation.




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