Shooting a target held by your teammate? Let’s see how Chinese Special Police are trained!
In the shooting range of the Guangzhou base, in South China’s Guangdong Province, members of a local SWAT team are undergoing an unusual training course—trust shooting. Unlike traditional live-fire drills, where no person is allowed to stand near the target, trust shooting requires team members to hold the target or walk in front of the target.This challenging and dangerous subject is aimed at making these police officers feel more confident, building mutual trust, and helping them react rapidly and calmly in a crisis.[ Editor: Wang Zhihan ]