发信人: swimmouse (准备作件猫皮大衣过冬), 信区: GunsAndGears
标 题: Why 21 feet is not a ‘safe’ distance
发信站: BBS 未名空间站 (Mon Aug 30 00:24:37 2021, 美东)
the average person could run 21 feet in 1.5 seconds. The slowest runner
completed the 21-foot run in 1.83 seconds while the fastest runner did it in
On average officers were able to draw and fire their weapons in 1.8 seconds.
The times ranged from 1.03 seconds to 3.4 seconds. Accuracy was also
collected. Breaking it down by hits and misses, 14% of officers missed the
The average time it took an officer to draw and fire their weapon was 1.42
There were several officers (12%) who were unable to extract their firearms
before a cease-fire was called.
The range of times for those officers who successfully fired their weapon
was 0.93 seconds to 2.4 seconds.
Of the officers who fired their weapon, 24% missed the suspect altogether.
This is a decrease in accuracy of 10% from phase two.
32ft (10米)的距离更保险一点。 尽管这还是对训练有素的警察而言。
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