Pistol Quick Kill is a very simple method of shooting accurately without the use of the sights or meeting the strict requirements of traditional marksmanship.

Basically, you look at a target and place the end of your pistol or the front site about two inches below the hit point on the target. You do not need to bring the pistol up into your line of sight and use the sights. The pistol will be seen in your peripheral vision.

That's basically it. Depending on the shooting characteristics of the gun being used, or distance to a target, you may need to adjust the target reference point.

According to Robin Brown, who popularized Quick Kill, the focus is always on the target. And by utilizing a specific reference point between the end of the barrel and/or front sight, and the intended object one wants to hit, the method is continuously repeatable.

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