All the modules can be configured to accommodate any adaptive shooting requirements based on the needs of your students. Adaptive shooting is basically accommodating any individuals with physical impairments of any sort. An obvious and common example of adaptive shooting is seen with individuals confined to a wheelchair. Of course, you have to be a bit creative at times regarding how to make such accommodations, but by no means should you have to turn anyone away because of their physical impairments unless it is an extreme case. It should, however, be noted that adaptive shooting extends beyond only individuals with physical disabilities. Many individuals, particularly those who are older, may have problems with their knees or hip joints, making movement and compromised shooting positions very difficult. Of course, on the intake form be sure to take note of those with prior injuries. It is important that you are aware of any such ailments prior to going into the drills. Also, definitely take the time to reiterate in your class that people can opt out from any drill if they’re not comfortable or otherwise don’t feel they can execute the drill for any reason.