Tueller Drill: What Is It? Why Does It Matter?

The Tueller Drill is one of those shooting drills that you probably thought about a million times, but you never really knew what it was called. It’s pretty common to hear people inside the self-defense training community say something like, “Most defensive encounters happen within 21 feet, so practice shooting close.” In a nutshell, that’s the Tueller Drill.

Not all deadly encounters involve a bad guy with a gun. It could be a hammer, knife, tire iron, or axe. Frankly, it could be anything that someone picks to use as a weapon to harm you. The Tueller Drill was designed to illustrate just how fast a situation can turn deadly even if there isn’t a gun involved.

You can read my article here, on guns.com!

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