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ACCS REFLEX SHOOTING:
The Most Modern Shooting Technique in the World

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Reflex Shooting Techniques

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DYNAMIC SHOOTING  -  CLOSE RANGE SHOOTING IN MOTION

 

Dynamic Shooting is a group of ACCS Shooting techniques using Unconventional technique in training for developing precision for Shooting at Close Quarters in Sport or in Combat (Range upto 30m)   

 

Using our background experience in Air rifle Sport & Target shooting, for state rifle shooting associationss, we devised our own innovative methods of shooting for improving our precision in Sport Shooting. These involved body alignment skills, relex aiming skills and precision development skills. We called this techniques "Reflex / Dynamic Shooting of ACCS". 

 

We demonstrated the ACCS Reflex Shooting methods during our various courses for armed forces. These methods got very popular with the Indian Forces. This was largely because the same training techniques could also be used by the Forces for Close Quarter Battle Shooting. Dynamic Shooting was always taught Dry & later the forces personnel transalted the same during live firing.

 

Dynamic shooting aims at developing Reflex shooting, useful in situations where there is no time to aim, as in Sports rapid shooting events & in CQB firing situations or Room Clearing.

 

As Dynamic Shooting was found useful by many forces in training for combat situations, and we were invited many times to impart Reflex Shooting. It has been taught to Commando Wing, Army Officers Trg Academy, Special Forces, Special Grup, Paracommandos, various Infantry regts & Police Anti Terrorism QRT Units of various States in India.

 

Dynamic shooting is taught by us, only to the Indian forces & Police, only under invitation, as part of our Unarmed Combat courses. It aims at improving target concentration, reaction time & precision & accuracy. 

 

Gen JJ Singh directed an examination of our methods at an seminar on unconventional ops held at JL wing where we gave a 3 day presentation of our art, which was widely appreciated by the attending Generals.

 

Followinh this, In 2006 The Army invited Dr. Rao to train their Desert Div, Assam CI Divs, Assam Rifles, LOC Divs etc. The elite Delta Force & Rashtrioya Rifles trained in Dr. Raos Reflex Shooting. The National Sec urity Gu ards invited Dr. Rao to train their specialized Units. The Police ATS squads invited Dr.l Rao to train their personnel in many states.The Counter Hijack & Hostage Rescue Groups also trained in this technique.  In 2006, Prof Rao was asked to run a course on ACCS Reflex Shooting for Instructors of various Corps Battle Training Schools by the Army Commander (NC) Gen. Kap oor (Also the Army Chi ef design ate) at secret locations. This was followed by army Commander Gen VK Singh ordering the same for another set of battle schools>  

 

Following this Dr. Raos received the Army Commanders Appreciation for their outstanding work in Close Quarter Battle. Today Reflex Shooting of ACCS is the most modern shooting technique in the world.

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COORDINATED TEAM SHOOTING
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POLICE COUNTER TERROR SQUAD
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Buddy Cover Shooting Drills

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A Counter Shot is executed by Reflex Shtg Techniq
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Brig Balbir Singh

Deputy GOC, Div

Past Chief Instructor, Black Cat Training  Center, 

 

 'I witnessed Dr Raos Dynamic Shooting. It was one of the most realistic, educative &  best shooting I have witnessed, very useful  for training  of  Security Operations.'

 

Brig Vijay Singh,

Brigade Commander

 

'The Live Bullet Evasion which I saw was outstanding. The courage, exact timing and body movements  was excellent to watch.'

 

Dynamic Shooting Training involves:

 

ACCS has innovative methods of Sport shooting. These are aimed at:

AIMS: 

a) To reduce reaction time from sighting target / enemy to squeezing trigger from average 4 Sec to 1 Sec  

b) To develop confidence & comfort while being shot upon 

c) To encourage return counter shot instead of scurrying for cover when shot at

d) To increase precision / hit rates in CQB combat.

 

 

BASIC RECHNIQUE OF REFLEX SHOOTING for Sport or CQB:

 

The Basic technique of Reflex Shooting at CQB range 30 m extendable to 100m involves:

 

a) Basic position: Holding the Rifle ponting upwards in anticipation of an encounter, taking trigger slack.

 

b) Bringing the Rifle down to its engagement with Shoulder in an arc from its basic pointing up position, aided by gravity.

 

c) Aiming only with foresight to reduce reaction time& absorbing the entire visual field.

 

d) Returning to Basic position.

 

Note that the Arc traced in Reflex Shooting is smaller than the one in conventional Snap Shooting of Sport or Combative Application. Thus the Rifle Shhoting Sportsman  saves time to raise his score & Soldier enhances Reaction time.

 

ADVANCED TECHNIQUES:

 

These are Restricted & beyond scope of discussion.

 

Please Note that this theoretical description of Reflex Shooting is just a ballistic explanation and cannot teach the technique without hands on training.

  

 

FIRST STAGE

UNIDIRECTIONAL SHOOTING (Similar to Sport Snap Shooting)

Initially trainees are taught by us to shoot reflexly (without prior aim) from a various unconventional positions, (Crouched, supine, suspended etc)

 

Then shooting during body movement is taught (turn body and shoot, fall back and shoot, roll and shoot, duck and shoot, etc)

 

Then they advance & shoot, run & shoot, take cover & shoot, all without prior aiming.

 

The trainees are taught to shoot at targets interspersed with hostages, targets are placed at uneven distances and trainees shoot during motion. 

 

SECOND STAGE-

BIDIRECTIONAL (CROSS) SHOOTING (Best with Airsoft Pellets)

Trainees face each other, standing at a distance next to targets. They indulge in Bidirectional cross shooting, at targets. All this is done during motion & reflexly without prior aiming.

 

THIRD STAGE-

CROSS SHOOTING IN TACTICAL EXERCISE  

All the above shooting exercises ,may be now done as part of and in the midst of an planned CQB Combat Simulation excercise, often in pitch darkness (At night)

               

RECOMMENDED

 

STAGEI - for POLICE SPEC OP FORCE    

STAGE II - for ARMED FORCES                                                 

STAGE III - for SPEC OP FORCES OR COUNTER TERRORISM UNITS

 

Dynamic shooting can be practised with Sport Air pistols & Rifles for safety. These techniques can be practised on the computerized weapon simulator to do way with live rounds. These techniques are always taught DRY without rounds to obliviate danger. The forces later may use train in these techniques live, at their own risk. 

 

WE HAVE TRAINED PRACTICALLY EVERY ELITE SPECIAL FORCE IN THE COUNTRY IN DY SHTG DURING OUR COURSES.

 

(Para, Para commandos, Spec ial Forces, Comman do Wing, Nationa l Sec urity Gua rds, Infantry Divs, Police Crack Units, Counter Terrorism Op Units, LOC, High Altitude Forces, etc) 

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AN OUTLINE OF ACCS REFLEX SHOOTING TECHNIQUE
 
See 4 sequential pictures below which compare Conventional SNAP SHOOTING (starting with Rifle down) of World War 2 with ACCS REFLEX Shooting Technique (starting with Rifle up).
 

 

SNAP SHOOTING TECHNIQUE of

Sport Shtg or CQB

ACCS REFLEX SHOOTING for Sport Shtg or CQB

STARTS FROM

Starts with Rifle pointing down

Starts with Rifle pointing Up

DISTANCE OF MOVEMENT

Moves thru longer Arc to engage butt

Moves thru shorter Arc to engage butt

SPEED & EFFORT OF MOVEMENT

Moves Against gravity, hence slower & with more effort

Moves aided with gravity, hence faster with lesser effort

AIMING

Aiming is with both sights

Aiming is with only foresight with special technique to prevent deviations

REACTION TIME

to shoot after sighting target.

Reaction time average is 4 secs

Reaction time is 1 sec or less.

PERIFERAL VISION

Tunnel vision, seeing only one target at a time

Visions is open to see targets along entire field of vision

 

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NOTE in the above 4 sequential snaps
 
PIC 1: the Soldier on the left is using Snap Shooting v/s Soldier on right is using ACCS Reflex Shooting.
 
PIC 2 & 3: While the Snap Shooter is still lifting his Rifle, the ACCS Reflex Shooter has already fired his shot.
 
PIC 4: And finally when the Snap Shooter is aiming, the ACCS Reflex shooter is ready for his next target!
 
Its about time that the ACCS reflex Shooting technique replaces the Snap Shooting technique of Sport Shooting as well as in CQB for CT ops at Close Quarters. 

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PS: The above sport shooting exercises are a result of our own experiments with Sport Shooting. Dynamic Shooting is conducted as part of our courses in CQB  for the Indian Forces. The combat shooting techniques may also be taught dry, without live ammunition by us. No civilian will be taught any of above techniques or dynamic sport shooting by us.

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Important Note: 

 

'ACCS' is a technical term to denote the close combat art founded by Major Rao.

 Major Rao has been described by the Indian ministry of defense as the pioneer and first Indian to specialise in Close Quarter battle training. He & the org UCCA has trained thousands of Indian forces under official invitation by the top brass in CQB and ACCS. However it may be noted that the 'ACCS' Or the ACCS Website has no direct connection to the Indian Forces or Police. ACCS denotes UCCA Art of Close Combat offered only to Indian Forces. 

 

Please note that CQB or ACCS is not a Martial Art but a Military art. (The misinterpretation tends to occur as Unarmed Combat features in the Org name UCCA) We offer no placements for Karate blackbelts or civilian experts. Ex Forces PC Officers are welcome to join us for training the forces, without compensation, as is the UCCA ideology. No Civilian shall be taught the Close quarter military skills of ACCS.

 

Besides the Directors & Faculty of ACCS, no civilian is authorized OR qualified to teach ACCS. UCCA has a few Special Forces (retd) Army Officers who teach the restricted content of ACCS during UCCA courses (for the Indian forces) only

 

The information provided here is only to give an idea of functionality of the UCCA Arts. No Classified information is given here. 

 

DISCLAIMER: We caution the readers from attempting any technique outlined here, as it may rarely prove to be dangerouly fatal. Hence if you shall do, it will be at your own risk. We shall bear no responsibility for your actions.

 

We are non commercial, non competitive & non traditional.

We are totally committed to serving the Indian Forces.

Our entire work in modernization of Close Quarter Combat over 20 years has been without compensation, as a SERVICE TO THE NATION

 

 

 

 

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