Here is how to shoot if you find yourself on your back. Bring the gun in tight to your ribs if you find an advisory standing over you or wrestling on top of you. Without pointing at your knees or your thighs you can roll over onto your side. Using this position, you can utilize the ground to keep yourself steady. It is also a good position when you want to use a vehicle or a building as cover. Shooting between your legs is great for opponents directly in front of you. From this position you can continue to fire as you are easing yourself up to your feet. You can continue to shoot from your knees and as you are getting up. But your ultimate goal is to get off your back and get up to a stationary position on your feet.
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