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Part 1Though if we take in the scenarios from the movie into consideration, John is in both a tactical situation and actual combat. 3 gun might help here but it is no substitute for actual combat training. so really to be as good as john wick you would need actual combat training. So really the first step might instead be; Exercise, first and foremost, you need to build up some muscle and stamina, training takes hours and you're going to bee carrying your weapon (s) the entire time. ( and ofc. purchase firearms and go to the range and learn the basics of firearms safety, handling and marksmanship as stated above)For example if your primary weapon is an AR-15, that can weigh anywhere from 6-8 LBS without a magazine, (depends on the config and manufacturer) and then factor in approx another pound for a magazine loaded with 30 rounds. ( mag weight depends on the manufacturer and materials used in both the mag and ammo). That's for one magazine, now add one several more pounds, approx 1 pound per loaded mag you want to carry. Infantry can carry anywhere from 4-12 mags either on their person, or some on their person and the rest in a pack. How much you want to carry is really up to you.And then you need to factor in more weight for any force multipliers you add to your weapon (s) which can bring the weapon weight up to 15 LBS, that however depends on how much you attach to the weapon, again up to you.A sidearm will be lighter of course but weapons get very heavy the more fatigue you accumulate over time. which will then also affect your accuracy. now factor in your primary weapon and now all the weight of your secondary weapon and the ammo needed for that.Continued in Part 2
Part 2 (trying to break this up so it's not one massiv wall o text)once you are in good enough physical shape you then need to be trained in other aspects including but not limited to;How to function and make rational decisions in an extreme stress environment, fire fights and tactical situations are at best controlled chaos and at worse pure chaos.Deploying your weapons quickly, properly, effectively. Quick drawing and quick transitions.Recoil control/ muzzle jump, whomever gets lethal steel on target first wins. if you can't keep your weapons on target, you'll at best; use up all your ammo, at worst' become a corpse.Long range accuracy (with in the effective range off your weapon (s) of course) this can be as much an art for as it is a science. For some of the best marksman in the world, they have to factor in things like but not limited to; elevation, windage (at you position and at the target), temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, The coriolis effect, the rotation of the earth. (much of this how will apply to distances faced by snipers but can also has some cross over to infantry combat)Long range accuracy in adverse weather conditions, extreme heat, rain, cold, low light, no light etc, all of which will wear you down physically and mentally. plus what was stated above.Close range accuracy in situations such as Close Quarters Battle (CQB), fire fights can take place in distances as large as someone's house or as small as a walk in closet or smaller such as a non walk in closet.CQB in adverse conditionsContinued in part 3
Part 3Ammo Characteristics; ammo from different manufacturers and ammo with different loads will all perform differently in your weapon. You'll have to experiment with different ammos at the range to find the one your weapon likes the best and gives you the best performance. You'll also have to take into consideration the power of the round you are using and whether or not it will overpenetrate your target. should it overpenitatte the target it may lose some of its kinetic energy transfer and not damage the target enough or even kill the target and them staying in the fight. which also ties in to my next points.Terrain:Different terrains have different materials in them, in a forest it's dirt, wood, and stone. in an urban environment it's things like, steel, concrete and asphalt, brick, cinder block, glass, sometimes ballistic glass but more often than not it's regular glass. All of which can make for effective cover/concealment depending on the thickness and opaqueness.Target identification and evaluation; other aspects you will need to consider is what your target is and or what your target is carrying. in terms of human target you need to determine, what kind of person the target is. Are they Trained? are they experienced? What kind of weapons do they have? Are they wearing body armor? What kind of body armor? if so you need to learn where the best place is to put a round, the center of mass is the easiest to hit and the head is the hardest to hit. when it's you versus a room full of enemies it's not easy to land those shots or even to stay alive.(Continued in part 4: Conclusion)
(part 4 Conclusion)Once you've learned about and how to implement all this information on the fly, you'll then have to do what Delta force and their UK counterpart the SAS does;PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE. practice day in, day out until ALL OF THIS becomes second nature. when not on assignment the SAS and delta force are in the kill house practicing which above all else may be the most import thing. none if it is worth a damn if you don't practice and build/keep those skills up.And once you've done all that, then you'll be shooting like john which does in the situations depicted in the movies.***DISCLAIMER***I in no way claim to be combat expert and much of this is general information so take it with a grain of salt, how much of this you run into or is used in your training will depend on where you train and who is training you. Not all instructors will use cover all of this since each instructor has different experiences and methods. make sure to do some research beforehand before committing to anything.Sorry for how long winded reply but i hope this helps answer your question :)
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Russian voice - I will do so
Why the Russian voice. And good.
Sounds like something a Russian would do
Hmmmmm... Ok. As long as someone dies
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Keanu Reeves is though. And that's real stuff he does in the Wick movies.He trains with a place in Cali known as Taran Tactical.
@Eagle_93 Right. I was being purposely glib.
Lol I see.