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Shooting on the Move: Backcountry Pursuit Style

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Shooting on the Move: Backcountry Pursuit Style

This isn’t your typical shooting on the move scenario, at least not the way most of us were taught it.

“Yeah, shots fired. I’m trying to knock him out.”

Wonder what, if any, ear pro Trooper Constanza had in?

You may have already seen this; it occurred last October. The release of DSG’s Ranger Rack brought it back to mind, so we figured we’d run it.

As you’ll see, the lead vic in the pursuit (driven by OHP Trooper Brian Constanza) checks with their air asset and announces his intention to shoot not too long in. He goes loud at about 01:20.

The pursuit is occurring in a rural area of central Oklahoma, on backcountry blacktops (beginning 870 Road in the vicinity of Hammon, OK).

The suspect here was Michael Dale Vance, Jr. These were the closing scenes of a manhunt that started when Vance shot murdered two people and wounded two local municipal officers; he later shot at least two more people, and then shot a County Sheriff. The latter shooting is what started the chase you’ll see below.

Here’s the air footage.

Costanza has been an OHP Trooper for approximately a decade and a half. He was nominated in March for Trooper of the Year.

Read more of the original event here. Autopsy results advised here.

 



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1 Comment

  1. To answer your first question, he did not have ear pro in. He did an extensive interview with a local Oklahoma City news channel where he goes into great detail about the shooting. He indicated he wished he had ear and eye pro in his vehicle and that he had practiced this technique before, only with ear and eye pro.