What if there was a tactical shooting system that universally allowed you to apply the same exact principles across all weapons platforms – pistol, rifle and shotgun?
What if you could master an integrated firing method that gives you the power to transition seamlessly from one firing position to another…
…And quickly engage targets at all ranges with lightning fast speed?
And what if training in this system was so intuitive that it didn’t require hours and hours of practice to master its principles…
…So you can literally become a better protector of yourself and those you love practically overnight?
If all this sounds like a dream – something that’s too good to be true – I have news for you:
It’s real, and it’s called the Center Axis Relock system – or “CAR” for short.
CAR hit the tactical industry pretty hard, and a version of it has even been used by Keanu Reeves in the hit John Wick action film series.
But it hasn’t been without its controversy over its usefulness as a tactical shooting system.
In this week’s podcast episode, Modern Combat & Survival’s Jeff Anderson interviews the “heir” to the Center Axis Relock System, Jeff Johnsgaard, to get to the bottom of CAR’s place in our self-protection platforms today.
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Here’s What You’ll Discover In This Week’s Episode:
- The 3 biggest benefits of Center Axis Relock over traditional shooting systems.
- The unique features that make CAR different from what every shooter is used to!
- Whether you should ABANDON your current shooting training!
- Why and how to integrate OTHER defensive tactics in your firearms training.
- How to accelerate your mastery of ANY tactical skill for superior learning and retention!
This is sure to be one of our most controversial episodes.
Check it out… and learn the future of the Center Axis Relock shooting system.
Resources Mentioned In This Podcast:
- Click Here To Download The FREE Show Notes & “Cheat Sheet”
- Natural Tactical Website
- Kelly Worden’s Website
- Jeff Johnsgaard’s YouTube Channel
- AR System articles in the International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors (IALEFI) Journal