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Most shooters know of the Tueller Drill.  It established that 21' is the minumum distance that an attacker with a contact weapon an run while a defender can draw and fire.  "The 21-foot Rule" is widespread.  But your distance will vary, hence the concept of your PERSONAL Tueller distance.  We'll show you a simple method to find it.

The question Dennis Tueller, police firearms instructior, was trying to answer was "how close is too close with a contact weapon?"  At what distance should an officer be drawing his or her gun, in order to have enough time to shoot if the attacker came any closer?  Police, with quite a bit of training, can, on average, draw and shoot in about 1.5 sseconds.  So, what Tueller had to establish was how far someone can run in that time.  The results showed that 21 feet was typical.

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