The Napoleon effect: Where to place your hands on your load-bearing vest
Many officers tend to rest or conceal their hands in or on their outer vest during non-threatening encounters, but does this impact reaction time?
By Rod Davis
It is likely officers will rest their hands on or about their vests during non-threatening encounters. So, having that in mind, resting or placing the hands in the right position can make a great difference in responding to an unexpected frontal attack. For more information, read the full article here.
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