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    Running a 3Gun Course with an Olympic Biathlete: GunVenture| S2 E7 P3
    Gun Talk Media



    Published on Nov 18, 2017
    GunVenture heads to Durango, CO for the ultimate 3-Gun boot camp. Working with Olympian Lanny Barnes, field host KJ is put to the test physically and mentally as he trains to run a 3-Gun course. Plus, a trip to the world's longest zip line! (Pt 3)

    From GunVenture Season 2: Watch GunVenture episodes right now on Gun Talk Media's YouTube, Facebook, Roku, Amazon Fire and Apple TV channels, and at www.guntalk.com. From the desert sand to snowy mountain tops, from coast to coast: Follow the GunVenture crew as they explore the world of shooting – training, hunting, personal defense, and everything in-between. The crew manages to fit in a few side trips, too. It might be a brewery trip, zip-lining through the trees, riding in a tank, or even fishing for sharks. Whatever it is, you know it’ll be fun!

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    The Story of Lanny & Tracy Barnes; Ziplining in Colorado: GunVenture: S2 E7 P4
    Gun Talk Media



    Published on Nov 18, 2017
    GunVenture heads to Durango, CO for the ultimate 3-Gun boot camp. Working with Olympian Lanny Barnes, field host KJ is put to the test physically and mentally as he trains to run a 3-Gun course. Plus, a trip to the world's longest zip line! (Pt 4)

    From GunVenture Season 2: Watch GunVenture episodes right now on Gun Talk Media's YouTube, Facebook, Roku, Amazon Fire and Apple TV channels, and at www.guntalk.com. From the desert sand to snowy mountain tops, from coast to coast: Follow the GunVenture crew as they explore the world of shooting – training, hunting, personal defense, and everything in-between. The crew manages to fit in a few side trips, too. It might be a brewery trip, zip-lining through the trees, riding in a tank, or even fishing for sharks. Whatever it is, you know it’ll be fun!

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    Dry-Fire: the Fun Way to Awesomeness
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    Published on Nov 22, 2017
    Dry-fire training is absolutely critical if you want to excel as a shooter. The good news is that it is very cheap, easy to do anywhere, and pays huge dividends. The bad news is it is not as fun and falls into that category of 'discipline'. Here is how I spice things up so my dry fire practice is easy, FUN, and incredibly helpful.
     
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    Review RVA Concealment holster
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    Published on Nov 25, 2017
    Review of my RVA Concealment iwb holsters and mag carrier.
     
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    When Someone is trying to Kill You (The Two Way Range)
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    Published on Dec 5, 2017
    Mortal combat has been the cause of study for military historians since the Greek teacher Herodotus. But what it is like being on a two-way shooting range? What sorts of thoughts and emotions are experienced by those who participate as Infantrymen or Law Enforcement? Myself and a friend of mine sat down and talked at length about what exactly goes on in combat and the sorts of situations it would put us in. We specifically discussed our experiences while serving with 1st Battalion 9th Marines in Helmand Province, Afghanistan during the years of 2011 and 2013-2014. But much of what we went through has a baseline that can be traced back through the ages and will certainly be felt by future generations.
     
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    Returning Enemy Fire: The Two Way Range (Part Two)
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    Published on Dec 13, 2017
    In an earlier TFB TV episode, we covered some of the experiences that combat veterans have gone through while under fire. We continue that discussion in this final episode, going into much more detail about some of the nuances and specific aspects of being in combat and actually returning fire back at the enemy. We also discuss some of the issues in today's generation of infantry, dealing with such issues as strict rules of engagement and acquiring positive identification of enemy combatants.

    Note that all the footage in these two episodes is only from 1st Battalion, 9th Marines and the deployments during Operation Enduring Freedom in Helmand province, Afghanistan. Apart from a small clip from the public domain site Dvids of Marines at a range, all of the footage here was shot on our deployments and isn't simply "stock".


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    Shooting through Windshields, and Cars!! Vehicle Dynamics (Part 1) w/ Garry Marr & Shawnee Tactical
    American Gun Chic



    Published on Dec 12, 2017
    AGC travels to Marion, Illinois for a class with Garry Marr of Tremis Dynamics hosted by Shawnee Tactical. Vehicle Dynamics moving in, around, and anywhere involving automobiles!
     
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    Top 5 Combat Drills | Special Forces Training | Tactical Rifleman
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    Published on Dec 15, 2017
    This week, on Tactical Rifleman, we are going to cover Karl’s favorite 5 Rifle Drills for New Shooters. Yes, there are hundreds of great drills out there. Yes, you need to practice all your critical skills, such as transitions, malfunctions, and speed reloads. However, first and foremost, new shooters need to develop muscle memory. That takes thousands (7-9k) of repetitions of the same CORRECT movements and actions. You’ll see that each of these drills builds on the drill(s) before it; so that you are continuing to push those said movements and actions into your subconscious mind. It’s like driving… the first few months, you had to think about brakes and turn signals. Now, you just drive subconsciously. That frees up the conscious mind to focus on signs, signals, and other drivers. Likewise, you need to push all these basic shooting skills into your subconscious mind. That frees up the conscious mind to focus on “Is it a Threat” and “Is it a Threat that warrants Deadly Force?” Master these drills, through lots of repetition of each. If your unit doesn’t have that much ammo, then start with dry firing, and wrap up with live fire. Once, you have mastered them, then add all your critical skills to these drills:

    Add Transition to Pistol Drills, every time your rifle runs dry or malfunctions
    Add Tactical & Speed Reloads
    Add Turning & Moving Drills, to these drills
    Use Dummy Rounds, to induce Malfunctions during these drills.
    Once you have mastered these five drills; we’ll give you plenty of other great shooting drills to work on. When you are ready to test; use the timed Critical Task Evaluations (CTEs) to see if you make the standard. If you don’t know them, we are going to cover them in an upcoming video, on Tactical Rifleman. Again, we know there are tons of other great rifle drills out there. I know all the Internet Ninjas are gonna start screaming how “Their Drill is Better” or how we “Obviously don’t know how to Shoot.” Yep, you guys are awesome. However, these are still Karl’s Top-5 Combat Drills for New Shooters. Thanks for watching. Strength & Honor, TR.

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    How a Navy SEAL Clears a Room | Close Quarters Combat CQC | Tactical Rifleman
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    Published on Dec 22, 2017
    This week on Tactical Rifleman we get into a little Close Quarters Combat (CQC) tips and techniques. CQC is practiced over the course of all Special Forces careers and endless hours are spent honing these skills as it is sometimes considered the “bread and butter” of the trade. Operators work tirelessly to perfect this craft and breakdown each phase of an assault as to increase their performance from one kinetic operation to the next. In this video, former Navy SEAL and owner of Arion Risk LLC shows us a simple hack to optimize efficiency of movement into a space. Although it may seem like common sense, even the entry through a doorway is thought about and practiced. The way in which an operator initially enters a space is just as important as their action within. An operator has to be on balance through all phases of an entry in order to take a well-placed shot regardless of target position. A simple calculation of foot placement and entry procedures can be the difference between a well-aimed and balanced shot and a miss. The technique shown in this video is a testament to the detail with which Green Berets and SEALs practice their trade. So, listen up! This video will forever change the way that you enter a room and may you never be off balance again.
     
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    "Gunfighter" belt setup / First line (2018 ver)
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    Over Penetration of Rounds
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    Published on Dec 28, 2017
     
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    My First IDPA Match!! I LOVE Competition Shooting!!! At Sumner Gun & Supply in Gallatin, TN
    American Gun Chic



    Published on Jan 8, 2018
    My first IDPA Match and shooting competition!!! I get to learn IDPA Match Rules and learn how to compete for my first time ever! I also got to use Wilder Tactical Mag Pouches for the first time and test out my new NSR Tactical holster for my Smith & Wesson M&P pistol. The shooting competition was at Sumner Gun & Supply in Gallatin, TN!
     
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    Shooting Up Cars & Windshields!!! (Part 2) Vehicles Dynamics Class w/ Shawnee Tactical & Garry Marr
    American Gun Chic



    Published on Jan 15, 2018
    I shoot through windshields and cars with my rifle. This is one of the most fun times Ive ever had with a rifle. Shawnee Tactical and Garry Marr put on a really good class. The class is in Marion Illinois. Shooting from cars is quite a bit more difficult than what you can imagine. Great Vehicle Tactics Class!

    ALL OPERATIONS AND TRAINING WAS COMPLETED UNDER PROFESSIONAL SUPERVISION!!! NOTHING IN THIS VIDEO VIOLATES YOUTUBE POLICY RULES!!!
     

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