5 ways the "Tactical T" drill helps increase your survival odds in a headlong attack
If an offender is running toward you in a headlong attack, your compelling impulse may be to back up as fast as you can as you try to draw your gun. But he can run forward faster than you can backpedal. Plus, after a couple of steps under stress, you are likely to stumble and fall, dangerously magnifying your disadvantage.
Here’s a drill you can practice with one or more partners to imprint a safer response. It’s called the Tactical T developed by Ron Borsch, manager/trainer at the Southeast Area Regional Law Enforcement Training Academy in Bedford, OH: