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SureFire Field Notes Ep 32 How to Enter Shooting Positions with Barry Dueck

SureFire Field Notes is a multi-segment informational video series with tips and techniques from subject matter experts of all backgrounds. In this episode, Barry Dueck discusses how to enter shooting positions for both competition and tactical shooters.

Barry Dueck is a former Marine, owner of Dueck Defense Inc, champion competitive shooter and VP of Suppressors and Weapons at SureFire LLC. Barry is also the architect of SureFire‚Äôs SOCOM suppressors, winner of the most rigorous and extensive suppressor evaluation in history. Barry’s knowledge comes from his military experience, expertise in the firearms industry as a designer, and also from being a 3-Gun Champion, IPSC Grandmaster and USA Team World Shoot gold medalist.

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2 Responses to “SureFire Field Notes Ep 32 How to Enter Shooting Positions with Barry Dueck”

  1. TM says:

    I agree this technique will drive your time down in competition. When you know the location of every target and also know your shooting all of them exactly twice.

    I do not agree that it translates outside of that arena. You can’t defend yourself from something you can’t see. A sure way to miss a lot of stuff is to run around behind your sights.

    Competition is a game based on double tapping a series of targets known to the shooter prior to engagement. You can game that. A real gun fight is chaotic and unfolds as it happens. There is no stage prep.

    Competition is good and fun, but let’s keep out heads here. Just like we’ve taken a hard look at “train like you fight” we need to be careful when telling people things they do in competition to defeat cardboard will work on a violent, thinking, armed opponent……..that moves.

    • mike says:

      So approaching a breach point or open doorway with your muzzle up is bad, but approaching with your muzzle down until you come to a complete stop near that opening is good?