Center Axis Relock (CAR), a system, not just a platform, may be the next significant step in this never-ending evolution of Tactical Manual: Small Unit Tactics. Center axis relock is a versatile shooting system which provides a stable firing platform for multiple scenarios and it greatly aids in weapon. C.A.R. (Center Axis Relock) is more than a grip, stance or range application. Created by Paul Castle, C.A.R. is a complete, integrated combat.

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Center Axis Relock is more than a grip, stance or range application. Created by Paul Castle, C. It was designed to meet the needs of LE and military operators.

The goal is to improve the hit rate. After monitoring the evolution of the system for several years, I was given the opportunity to train under Jeff Johnsgaard, a Master Instructor with Sabre Tactical Training Center the C. The operator assumes a deep, staggered stance, similar to many martial arts approaches. Fluidity and range of motion are also increased. With the body bladed away from the threat and the gun cradled close to the body, the bones and tissue of the upper arm provide protective coverage of this vulnerable area.

Sighting In On C.

The best way to shoot accurately is to use sights: In a gunfight, the winner is the one who aligns the sights over the target first.

Your sight should be placed where you read. Have someone measure the distance from your eyes to the paper. With traditional stances, the sights are placed much farther out, which makes aiming more difficult, and makes you more susceptible to disarm attempts.


It builds isometric tension for weapon control using a triangle made with the arms while placing the sights where they should be—within your focal point. When the sights are placed in this zone, aiming feels more natural, and can be done quickly. Historically, some instructors have taught their students to eliminate dual sight picture by closing one eye, but this technique cannot be duplicated during a fight.

Under threat, or when severely startled, the brain automatically forces both eyes to open wide. With the body bladed, and the head slightly turned, the gun-side eye is taken out of the equation by a natural barrier—the nose—completely eliminating dual sight picture. Repressing Recoil Muzzle flip recoil is virtually eliminated by the C.


When this grip is combined with the C. Since pistol-caliber cartridges are ineffective for producing instant stops, multiple, rapid shots on target are essential. Keeping the Gun In Hand Weapon retention is imperative. The sidearm can be drawn and raised to the correct location with virtually no chance of interference.

Disarm attempts are defended by simply swiveling the torso, causing the reaction-side elbow to sweep in an arc to knock hands away. High is easy to maintain for long periods of time. The Operator can keep the reloco on target while giving verbal commands, and repel attackers with devastating pistol-punches, elbow strikes mnual low kicks.

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The slightly modified grip for the High position becomes comfortable with a little training. Volleys like these can buy the time and distance needed to transition to sighted fire. The ability to switch quickly from a left-handed to a right-handed grip may allow an operator to navigate hallways and cover corners more effectively. Since the possibility of taking a debilitating hit in the reaction side arm or hand exists, any practical firearms training should teach simple, reliable ways to clear and reload firearms with only one hand.


Being right-handed and right-eye dominant means that I am most likely left-brained. In theory then, my left hand should be very strong. Putting the gun in my left hand and taking aim with my right eye proved to be very effective.

There is simply no better way to shoot from a vehicle. Inside an automobile, plane, Humvee or even on a motorcycle, C. Lighting Up the Night C. An operator using a monocular night vision goggle has more peripheral vision than with a set of goggles. Traditionally however, this may have caused many sight-picture challenges.

This has been but a brief overview of C. The system is comprehensive, complete and proven.

While researching the C. All feedback was positive, indicating that the techniques are extremely effective in their application.

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