ALTERNATE PRONE | Chapter 6
John teaches alternate prone positions that allow for adaptation in a real world context. Urban prone and fetal prone are two effective alternatives, which can be used in relation to vehicle cover.
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COVER AND CONCEALMENT | Chapter 7
John demonstrates a force on force drill with a dry fire exercise using a piece of cover. Sneaky is not sneaky. Flagging your position can be deadly. Never let the enemy see you coming.
SHOULDER TRANSITION | Chapter 8
John teaches the proper technic for shoulder transitions, which can be used in variable cover and concealment scenarios. Strong side versus support side shooting requires practice to plus up your skills. The Lovell Lean keeps you on your right eye, but requires practice for perfection.
ESB, LOA and Zombies | Chapter 9
John drills down on LOA - Limit of Advance - to preserve the cover safety line without flagging. The ESB or Eye, Shoulder, Base allows you to present a minimal target without canting your rifle. Effective cover allows you to present your own ambush.