Two Shot Technique

In combat, an effective technique for eliminating a threat is to rapidly fire more than one shot on the target. Two shots fired in rapid succession will increase the trauma (i.e., shock, blood loss) on the target, increasing the Marine's chances of quickly eliminating the threat. Firing two shots enables the Marine to break out of the tunnel vision often associated with firing in combat and then assess the situation to determine follow-on action. To execute the two-shot technique, the Marine acquires sight picture for each shot fired (each pull of the trigger).

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