CQB


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CQB

abbreviation for
(Military) close-quarter battle
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If we agree that the most beneficial aspect of a combatives program is its potential value in the CQB arena, then we must create a program that fits the tactics and techniques used for CQB.
The Amtac CQB adds a net length of 3.7 inches to your carbine, so it ends up being shorter than an A1/A2 barrel would be with no can.
The LCO's intensity dial allows for immediate adjustment without pressing buttons, which is nice if you are in a CQB environment that has led you from a dimly lit building into an outdoor, midday, intensely bright situation.
The clarity is stunning, the illuminated reticle draws the eye for CQB applications, and the dedicated Bullet Drop Compensators fit the unique eccentricities of these four cartridges like your favorite pair of broken-in boxer shorts.
They also showed me their new RC1911 CQB. It's a 1911 "system" using the new Marine Corps model built by Colt as a design base.
And that high quality is why I chose a Wilson Combat CQB as my primary carry gun back in 1999.
Soldiers train to employ their combatives skills to seize the initiative to dominate, disable, or kill an opponent in the CQB. Personal protection techniques are a secondary purpose for our training, but these skills have their non-lethal applications as well.
Shield's military CQB sight was developed from all the experience gained with their Mini-Sight.
The 6VX multifunction toil cap switch activates Momentary, High, Low, CQB Strobe modes and can be set to lockout with a simple twist at the cap, and the runtime is approximately 2 hours on high.
The Ultralight Carry Compact and the CQB Lightrail Lightweight Compact are both available in 9mm, .38 Super and .45 ACP.