TFT or Target Focus Training

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TFT or Target Focus Training

Post by tacticalguy » Tue Dec 10, 2013 7:49 am

I was asked about this the other day. I won't go into my personal opinion on this system just yet. I'd like to hear the membership's opinions, first. I'll provide a few links and let you make up your own minds. I really would like feedback on this though. Thanks! ... FC0D2B7BB1 ... -just.html ... kin&page=3 Halfway down the page, the post by NousDefionsDoc.
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Re: TFT or Target Focus Training

Post by Ryan » Wed Dec 11, 2013 4:01 am

I've heard Tim Larkin's name a few times, one was on Black Belt Magazine's Youtube videos where I also noted an ex-USSF operator Tim Kennedy discussing some SOCP techniques but after he said "CQB - Close Battle Combat" I was starting to think if he was all there.

Interesting reads none the less and I'll have to look into before making a comment. My speakers are blown so I can't hear the video. Will reply at a later date.
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