- Jul 11, 2011
Yes, for CQB battle there mostly is not firing after aiming.... It is the volume of fire that is supposed to generate shock, fear and kill.His tactics are literally the best you'll find outside of active SOF members.
I thought this was common knowledge though. People do aim with both eyes open. Is this not the case in the Indian Military? Cuz I've found that it's still possible to do on most iron sights as well.
Indian Army carries out firing from 20 meters /15 meters without aiming by aligning the body and weapon in line with the target.
Firing with both the eyes open from ranges such as 50m or less is based on the principle of "Natural Alignment" but that art is required to be practiced and a sense of firing with natural alignment developed to remove mental blocks. The ability of both the eyes to locate the center of the object being seen is better than the master eye alone. Master eyes point of aim and point of impact of weapon is required to be aligned and zeroed. But not in the case of firing with natural alignment.