Center Axis Relock (CAR) is a shooting system primarily intended for close quarters battle invented by Paul Castle.
The CAR system features a bladed stance (the shooter's weak-side shoulder facing the target), a close-to-body firearm hold, and sighted or non-sighted fire as the situation dictates. This differs from other shooting styles such as the Weaver which feature a more squared stance (i.e. facing the target more squarely) with the pistol held squarely in front of the face and some form of sighted fire.
The CAR system is primarily intended for handgun shooting although it can also be used with long guns, batons, tasers and OC sprays.
damn he shoot all of them fast using the center axis relock. i could not shoot that fast.
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