We want to again restate this article is not a “be-all” “end-all” article that will solve every ‘tactical’ problem. It is written solely to introduce the concept of tactical movement to those with little experience or knowledge in this area. Theory and Reality are two different things; what works in the classroom will not always work in “life”. Spotter Up will assume “no” responsibility for any use or misuse of information from this article. This article alone will not make the reader an expert in tactics or in firearms nor can it be used as a substitute for PROFESSIONAL TACTICAL TRAINING or WEAPONS TRAINING. Spotter Up advises you to visit our site for training courses with a certified instructor On ALL weapon platforms.

Circumstances are an attribute, detail, or condition with respect to time, place, manner, agent, etc., that accompanies, determines, or modifies a fact or event; it is a modifying or influencing factor. Keeping this in mind, know then, there are no fail safe entries. Every entry by units has pros and cons and there are far too many elements to list here. Trying to list every element would only cause more confusion. Practicing a technique will elicit the reasons why.

It’s always recommended that you clear any independent room/area with more than one person. Why? Because no person can look in two direction at one time; behind and before are impossible locations to assess simultaneously. So, doing it alone isn’t the most prudent thing to do, however, you might not have a choice in the matter.

There are so many permutations of what could occur: You can work alone in a warehouse, hear a break-in and aren’t able to reach 911, or maybe you return home and get a sixth sense that something is awry. Maybe calling the police is a good thing but you must decide. You need to either respond, beat feet out of there or hunker down.

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