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Tactical Advanced Pistol Program (TAPP) 1998 Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
Jeff Quitney


Published on Apr 6, 2017
Firearms playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...

FBI & Police Training playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...

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"This video provides an overview of the Firearms Division's facilities and training programs."

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The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) serves as an interagency law enforcement training organization for 90 United States government federal law enforcement agencies...

Location

The FLETC is headquartered at the former Naval Air Station Glynco in the Glynco area of unincorporated Glynn County, Georgia, near the port city of Brunswick, Georgia, and about halfway between Savannah, Georgia, and Jacksonville, Florida. In addition to Glynco, FLETC operates two other residential training sites in Artesia, New Mexico, and Charleston, South Carolina. FLETC also operates an in-service re-qualification training facility in Cheltenham, Maryland, for use by agencies with large concentrations of personnel in the Washington, D.C., area. The FLETC has oversight and program management responsibilities for the International Law Enforcement Academies (ILEA) in Gaborone, Botswana, and Bangkok, Thailand. FLETC also supports training at ILEAs in Hungary and El Salvador.

History

Studies conducted in the late 1960s revealed an urgent need for high-quality, cost-effective training by a cadre of professional instructors using modern training facilities and standardized course content. Congress responded by authorizing funds for planning and constructing the Consolidated Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (CFLETC). In 1970, the CFLETC was established as a bureau of the Department of the Treasury (Treasury Order #217) and began training operations in temporary facilities in Washington, D.C.

The permanent location of the training center was originally planned for the Washington, D.C., area. However, a three-year construction delay resulted in Congress requesting that surplus federal installations be surveyed to determine if one could serve as the permanent site. In May 1975, after an extensive review of existing facilities, the former Naval Air Station Glynco was selected. In the summer of 1975, the newly renamed Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) relocated from Washington, D.C., and began training in September of that year at Glynco, Georgia. Glynco is the headquarters site and main campus for the FLETC and houses the senior leadership of the organization.

On March 1, 2003, FLETC formally transferred from the Treasury Department to the newly created Department of Homeland Security (DHS), along with some 22 other federal agencies and entities. The move reflected the centrality of the FLETC's mission in support of the unified homeland security effort, which was expanded following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

Role

The mission of the FLETC is "We train those who protect our homeland." FLETC serves as an interagency law enforcement training organization for 89 Federal agencies (aka Partner Organizations). The FLETC also provides training to state, local, campus, tribal, and international law enforcement agencies. Through the Rural Policing Institute (RPI) and the Office of State and Local Training, the FLETC provides tuition-free and low-cost training to state, local, campus and tribal law enforcement agencies.

Both independently and by means of cooperative research and development agreements with the military and cooperative agreements with the entertainment industry, leading technology companies and academic institutions, the FLETC conducts research to identify methods for offering training that is more effective.
Parent agency and partners

The FLETC's parent agency, the Department of Homeland Security, supervises its administrative and financial activities.

As an interagency training organization, FLETC has professionals from diverse backgrounds to serve on its faculty and staff. Approximately one-third of the instructor staff are permanent FLETC employees. The remainder are federal officers and investigators on short-term assignment from their parent organizations. Partner Organizations have input regarding training issues and functional aspects of the Center. Agencies take part in curriculum review and development conferences and help develop policies and directives...
 

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Israeli Tactical Handgun Operation
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Published on Sep 24, 2013
Dynamic Response Shooting - Nir Maman

Segment: Tactical Handgun Operation

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FBI Hostage Rescue Team 1985 Federal Bureau of Investigation; FBI Training Film
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Published on Jun 4, 2017
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Footage of FBI Hostage Rescue Team training exercises is followed by descriptions of HRT weaponry, communications equipment, and other gear.

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The FBI Hostage Rescue Team (HRT) is the counter-terrorism and hostage rescue unit of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The HRT is trained to rescue American citizens and allies who are held by hostile forces, usually terrorists and/or criminals. The Hostage Rescue Team was founded in 1982 by Danny Coulson, former Deputy Assistant Director of the FBI, and completed its final certification exercise in October 1983.

The HRT's purpose is to serve as a domestic counter-terrorism unit, offering a tactical resolution option in hostage and high-risk law enforcement situations. It was originally composed of 50 operators. However, this number has since increased to well over 90 full-time operators. The HRT commonly functions as a national SWAT team in highly sensitive or dangerous situations. Today, it is part of the Tactical Support Branch of the FBI's Critical Incident Response Group (CIRG) and is based at the FBI Academy at the Quantico Marine Corps Base, in Stafford County, Virginia...

The idea for the HRT was originally conceived during the late 1970s, but came to fruition when then FBI director William H. Webster witnessed a demonstration by the U.S. Army's Delta Force. When Webster reviewed the equipment used by the Delta Force and noticed there were no handcuffs, he inquired about it. An operator grimly replied, "We put two rounds in their forehead. The dead don't need handcuffs." The idea of the HRT began as an augmented SWAT and counter-terrorist team. The team would be capable of handling extraordinary hostage situations, large-scale counter-terrorist operations, situations involving nuclear or biological agents, or operations that local law enforcement or the regional FBI field office were not trained or equipped to handle. Final approval for the HRT was given in early 1982, and formal planning began in March of the same year. The initial HRT selection course was held in June 1982 and consisted of three groups of 30 candidates each. Most candidates were experienced SWAT team members. Of this group, 50 candidates were selected to continue on to more advanced training.

Upon completing its initial selection, the newly formed HRT began acquiring the equipment it considered necessary and upgrading training facilities at Quantico...

The final touches were added to the facilities just before Thanksgiving 1982 and, after a short holiday break, the team began its initial training program. After receiving tactical SWAT instruction, each individual was given an expertise to research, such as explosives and breaching tactics. Each operator also served as a liaison to one of the existing elite counter-terrorism teams from around the world. In addition, nearly everyone was involved with the Delta Force.

As part of their liaison duties, the men attended training exercises held by their assigned counter-terrorism unit and their shared experiences with the team. To bring all the newly acquired skills together, the team spent roughly the entire month of January 1983 honing their shooting and tactical skills at Quantico. The team then traveled to Fort Bragg, North Carolina, in February for a month of training and instruction with the US Army's Delta Force. The team returned to Quantico to further enhance their new abilities and maintain the skills they had acquired at Fort Bragg. The Hostage Rescue Team became operational in August 1983...

Operations

Since its inception, the HRT has been involved in many of the FBI's most high-profile cases, executing numerous operations involving domestic militant groups, terrorists, and violent criminals...

...the HRT has been involved in over 200 successful missions, both in the US and abroad. Many of these low-key operations have received little or no attention from the world press. Some higher-profile cases include the Waco Siege, Ruby Ridge... All of these incidents led to changes in how and when the HRT is used by the FBI...
 

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Basic AR15 / M4 Duty and Professional use setup
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Published on Jun 6, 2017
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Buttonhook Shooting Agility Drill | Warrior Fitness | Tactical Rifleman
Tactical Rifleman


Published on May 26, 2017
This week Rob takes us through another Agility Drill. This one is called the “Button-Hook.” As Rob says, it’s not meant to be tactical, but rather more of just an exercise drill (Shooting & Moving). As with the other agility drills; start slick, then add kit. Start slow, then add more speed. Start close, and then move farther out. Just, the one thing we don’t want you to change, is the placement of accurate shots. Don’t sacrifice accuracy for speed. We like to run these drills with Steel targets, as it lets the instructors cycle through multiple students faster. However, if you don’t have steel targets, you can substitute scorable paper targets. I like to use the SkeleTargets, that we highlighted in a recent video. They have scorable zones that coincide with the human anatomy. So, get off the couch, jam a few mags, and go give this drill a try. Thanks for watching. Strength & Honor, TR.

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WWSD: AR15 Speed Drills & Training
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Published on Jun 6, 2017
In this video we present a number of rifle drills that you can replicate for yourself with very minimal range facilities.

SOME OF THIS IS IN FLUX - We have changed the ambidextrous bolt release/catch and will have a specific video about that entirely coming.

We also wanted to get more trigger time in on the WWSD builds before going to HaH. So we also used this opportunity to put Ian through these AR15 drills and standards.




While the WWSD builds are not yet finalized, the general handling and weight of these builds will not change significantly going forward. As a result, these drills have merit to test the gear but also skill build for us at the same time.

Kyle Lamb's book is essential to any serious practical rifle shooter:
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Hard as Hell 2 Gun - Introduction & Stage 1
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Published on Jun 8, 2017
InRangeTV attended the first ever Hard as Hell 2 gun at the Southern Utah Practical Shooting range recently and we recorded this important event in the growth of 2 gun as a venue. This is the same facility and staff that brought us the first Rifle Dynamics Red Oktober AK match in 2016.

This first HaH 2 gun was a success and plans are already afoot for 2018 with lessons learned from this first effort. 2 gun isn't 3 gun and the demographics are the same but also different.

We have content regarding each and every stage, 1 through 9, as well as some conclusions at the end about the match and the gear.

We hope you enjoy this series and find it entertaining as well as educational.

Each stage had a sci-fi theme to throw a little fun into the mix. Our first stage, this one, was by far the most physically challenging one of the entire event!

Stage 1:
Icon of Sin
You’ve driven back the hordes of hell that arrived through the portal on earth. It is time to confront the ultimate evil and close the portal for good. You must retrieve ammo from the respawn point when empty. Engage the Icon of Sin from the platform (steel), then eliminate the demons and imps (paper).

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One-Box Workout Drill - Gun Training at the Range
Gun Talk Media


Published on Jun 10, 2017
From G&G: In this GunDealio Pro Tip, Student of the Gun's Paul Markel runs Tom Gresham through his "One-Box Workout" drill.

Watch more Guns & Gear episodes right now on Gun Talk Media's YouTube, Facebook, Roku, Amazon Fire and Apple TV channels, and at http://www.guntalk.com. Guns & Gear showcases the latest and greatest products in the firearms industry with interviews, range demonstrations, tips and training techniques.

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Training the Israeli Way.
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Published on Jan 31, 2017
I recently traveled to train under LTC Mikey Hartman (ret) and his cadre of instructors. They taught us the IDF way. He is looking into doing more training courses like this one. Let us know in the comment section if you would be interested in attending such a course?
 

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Hard as Hell 2 Gun - Stage 2 - Prime Directive
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Published on Jun 13, 2017
Stage 2:
Prime Directive
Serve the public trust, Protect the innocent, and Uphold the law. OCP Executives have been charged with murder and other felonies. They have taken a defensive position inside OCP headquarters and activated multiple ED-209 units (spinners) and hired mercenaries (poppers and paper). Disable the ED-209s by knocking them over and neutralize the mercenaries.

InRangeTV attended the first ever Hard as Hell 2 gun at the Southern Utah Practical Shooting range recently and we recorded this important event in the growth of 2 gun as a venue. This is the same facility and staff that brought us the first Rifle Dynamics Red Oktober AK match in 2016.

This first HaH 2 gun was a success and plans are already afoot for 2018 with lessons learned from this first effort. 2 gun isn't 3 gun and the demographics are the same but also different.

We have content regarding each and every stage, 1 through 9, as well as some conclusions at the end about the match and the gear.

We hope you enjoy this series and find it entertaining as well as educational.

Each stage had a sci-fi theme to throw a little fun into the mix.

Southern Utah Practical Shooting Range:
https://southernutahpracticalshooting...
 

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Hard as Hell 2 Gun - Stage 3 - Battle of Klendathu
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Published on Jun 15, 2017
Stage 3:
Battle of Klendathu
Sky Marshall Dienes’ invasion plan of Klendathu is not going according to plan. Clear a path back to the defensive perimeter and man the tower providing covering fire for your fellow troopers until drop ship extraction arrives.

InRangeTV attended the first ever Hard as Hell 2 gun at the Southern Utah Practical Shooting range recently and we recorded this important event in the growth of 2 gun as a venue. This is the same facility and staff that brought us the first Rifle Dynamics Red Oktober AK match in 2016.

This first HaH 2 gun was a success and plans are already afoot for 2018 with lessons learned from this first effort. 2 gun isn't 3 gun and the demographics are the same but also different.

We have content regarding each and every stage, 1 through 9, as well as some conclusions at the end about the match and the gear.

We hope you enjoy this series and find it entertaining as well as educational.

Each stage had a sci-fi theme to throw a little fun into the mix.
 

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Kalashnikov Rifle Gunfighting (Advanced)
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Published on Jul 30, 2017
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Active Shooter Training w/ P320! | Full Auto UMP40
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Published on Jul 30, 2017
First video from our day long shoot with Panda Tactical! More coming soon!
 

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Worlds Collide | Shooting on the Move | Springfield Armory
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Published on Aug 9, 2017

 

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Defensive Pistol Training | ft. Mickey Schuch - Carry Trainer
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Published on Aug 17, 2017
I had the chance to meet Mickey Schuch from Carry Trainer and run through part of his 2 day course. This was such a great experience and everyone who carries a gun should definitely consider looking into a course similar to this. Like I mentioned, I hope to host one of Mickey's classes back here in PA in the near future! (PS. sorry for the weird frame rate changes / editing. This was combined footage from 2 cameras)

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5 Shooting Drills for Self Defense
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Published on Aug 23, 2017
Want to get better at shooting? Here are five simple drills you can set up at any range that use simple targets.

1. FAST Drill
2. Bill Drill
3. Failure Drill
4. 2 shots to the head
5. Dot Torture

Check out the excellent video on Dot Torture from Lucky Gunner here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=guxSc...
 

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Pistol Mastery: The Way of The Samurai
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Published on Aug 23, 2017
Do you take the time to analyze when you should? Too many shooters are analyzing what they do AS they're doing it. Mike explains there's a time to self-analyze, and a time to shoot. Give each the attention they deserve and both will improve.

Mike Hughes is the founder and CEO of Next Level Training and designer of the SIRT Training pistol. This series takes a look at some fundamentals all shooters must constantly address in the pursuit of marksmanship and responsible armed citizenry. Utilizing the SIRT Pistol, these techniques can be honed almost anywhere, anytime.

Check out https://nextleveltraining.com/funker for more exclusive content and products!

Check out the other episodes here:

Trigger Press: "Dots Not Dashes" - http://bit.ly/2hIaCG3

Grip: "The Perfect Grip" - http://bit.ly/2wIGs84!

The Draw: "Get Your Gun Up!" - http://bit.ly/2uHnLAp

Muzzle Alignment: "The Low-Left Myth" - http://bit.ly/2wv1QhR

Sighting Drills: "Near & Far | Sights / No Sights?" - http://bit.ly/2vTioDc

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Gunfighting 101: Body Transitions Behind Cover
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Published on Aug 19, 2017
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Gunfighting 101: Body positions behind cover or concealment with tactics and firearms instructor John Lovell. This video shows you how to move your body behind cover while maintaining balance, speed, proper use of angles, and a fluid transition as you vary your use of cover.
 

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Stock Manipulation Drill | CQB training | Tactical Rifleman
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Published on Sep 1, 2017
This week Rob shows us a great drill for practicing the manipulation of your rifle around a barrier, which may be a door frame or another person in front of you. We are not talking about switching shoulders from strong-side to weak-side, as you would not do that while just breaking the threshold into a new room. Rather, we reserve switching shoulders for when you need to shoot around the off-side of a barrier. This allows the shooter to keep the majority of his body behind cover. This is a valuable technique, and we will be covering it in another video. Again, in this video, we are just showing a great drill for practicing the manipulation of your rifle around a barrier. Most people on the flat range only practice “Up Drills” from the “Low Ready” position, but once they go into the shoot house many of them are running “High Ready” position. You need to practice both. So, watch the video a couple of times, and see how smooth Rob is using all three techniques (muzzle down, muzzle up, muzzle back). Then, go out to the range and run the drills yourself. The goal is to use the technique that is the fastest for each situation. While “muzzle back” might be faster on most drills, you would flag your buddy in front of you. “High Ready” may seem slower to get that good cheek weld, but it allows better position for non-lethal strikes. All have strong & weak points. So, you need to master all three techniques. Once you have all three techniques down, try running it against the Pro-Timer. Identify which technique is the fastest for you. Remember accuracy still counts. Thanks for watching. Strength & Honor, TR.

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Concealed Carry training in Vegas! | QVO Tactical
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Published on Sep 3, 2017
I had an awesome time with Roger and the squad out in the desert, I just wish I had more time to concentrate on filming. Its hard to balance shooting and filming when you are learning new things. Regardless, it was a blast and I can't wait to get back out there and do it again! Thank you to everyone for the hospitality!

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7 Concealed Carry Tips That Could Save Your Life
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Published on Sep 8, 2017
This video includes 7 tips & tactics on CCW that should make concealed carry easier, safer, more comfortable, and give you the best chance to win in a terrible situation.
 

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The Operator's Guide to the 2 Point Quick Adjust Sling
InRangeTV


Published on Sep 14, 2017
This video is a primer on the practical and real world use of the quickly adjustable 2 point sling.

We walk you through length adjustment, marksmanship usage, transitions, backpack carry and more!

In this video we specifically use the Viking Tactics sling but any quick adjust sling will work.
 

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Neal & Lapre Training: The intersection of Tactical and Competition - Part 1
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Published on Sep 19, 2017
The next Lapre/Neal class is a carbine class on 11/18-19, 2017. If you are interested, please contact info@inrange.tv and we'll get you connected.

Part 1: Live fire drills, shooting on the clock and weapon handling.

Kelly Neal is a very accomplished competitive shooter amongst many diverse shooting competitions and Chris Neal is a veteran SWAT LEO that has been through more than his share of real-world lessons and they're working together to provide top tier training.

These Neal/Lapre classes are truly unique in that they approach the topic from both the competitive and tactical sides simultaneously. This is directly inline with InRangeTV's opinion on the topic so we visited with them for 1 day of this 2 day class to bring you some information and encouragement to do the same.

At this time, Neal & Lapre only teach in central Arizona and they have an intermittent schedule but we will keep our viewers informed as to when they plan to have more courses to take and, if you're sufficiently local (or willing to travel), you should do so.

We can not recommend anything taught by these two men highly enough.
 

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Neal & Lapre Training: The intersection of Tactical and Competition - Part 2
InRangeTV


Published on Sep 21, 2017
Part 2: AR15 weapon manipulation and malfunction clearing.

Kelly Neal is a very accomplished competitive shooter amongst many diverse shooting competitions and Chris Lapre is a veteran SWAT LEO that has been through more than his share of real-world lessons and they're working together to provide top tier training.

These Neal/Lapre classes are truly unique in that they approach the topic from both the competitive and tactical sides simultaneously. This is directly inline with InRangeTV's opinion on the topic so we visited with them for 1 day of this 2 day class to bring you some information and encouragement to do the same.

At this time, Neal & Lapre only teach in central Arizona and they have an intermittent schedule but we will keep our viewers informed as to when they plan to have more courses to take and, if you're sufficiently local (or willing to travel), you should do so.

We can not recommend anything taught by these two men highly enough.
 

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Shooting Faster: The Gross Motor Skill Trigger Pull
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Published on Sep 15, 2017
The argument has been raging for some time about using fine motor skills in defensive shooting. I am of the camp that relying on them is a bad idea and you should train to to use as many gross motor movements as possible. Think of your neurological system as a system of pipes and valves. The finer the movement, the smaller the pipe, and they are trailer park sewer pipes. Too much flow and you could burst one of those smaller pipes and you will be cleaning it off the floor. Likewise reduced the overall load on the system by using as much of the big pipe before turning on the small stuff. Same too with gross vs fine motor skills. In fast shooting, we just do not do the same thing as we do when we bulls-eye shoot. The quintessential element is time, and if its a defensive situation, you are probably going to have appreciable external stressors influencing you in ways you are not accustomed. Remember, you will not rise to the occasion; you will default to the highest level of training that you have mastered under stress. Which for most people is near zero (a timer is not stress)

(Gross motor skills are involved in movement and coordination of the arms, legs, and other large body parts and movements. They participate in actions such as running, crawling, swimming, etc. Fine motor skills are involved in smaller movements that occur in the wrists, hands, fingers, and the feet and toes.)
 

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How to Hold a Pistol | Special Forces Instruction | Tactical Rifleman
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Published on Sep 29, 2017
Gripping or holding the pistol is one of the more important fundamentals of shooing especially if you have multiple targets. With having a good grip on the firearm you want to hold it tight enough like holding a good firm handshake with someone. You do not want to hold it like your trying to squeeze blood out of a rock. Holding it this tight will fatigue your hand faster and make you have a slight shake. When holding the gun properly with a firm grip it will help you manage the recoil better and also get the gun back on target for follow on shots if necessaryfaster.

In the video I talk about holding the gun up as high as possible, this is because the closer you have the bore line of the barrel with your wrist and into your arm will help you absorb the recoil as the energy of the gun will flow in direct line from the barrel to your wrist and then in to your arms and shoulders.
 

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How to Zero With Iron Sights | Shooting Techniques | Tactical Rifleman
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Published on Oct 13, 2017
Here at Tactical Rifleman, we wanted a YouTube Channel where operators and civilians could go to get information on how to “Shoot, Move, and Communicate.” So, this week, we are going back to our core basics and we are going to talk about how to zero Iron Sights on a typical rifle; AK, AR, FAL, it really doesn’t matter, as the principles remain the same. I thought everyone knew how to zero Iron Sights, but we have had multiple viewers ask for help; so here we are… ask and you shall receive.

Whenever you are zeroing your sight, irons or optics, always try to ensure you have a stable firing position. That includes proper body position, sight alignment, and a good natural point of aim. Once you have properly mounted your Iron Sights, whether they are built on or “Back Up,”, they should be fairly close right out of the box (on paper at 25 meters). Whether you zero at 25, 50, or 100 meters; I don’t care. There are pros and cons of each, and we actually cover them in a different video (25 vs 50 meter Zeros). For this video we used 50 meters. Use a good zero target. You can download them for free all over the internet or design your own. Just make sure they print to scale. I like to use bright orange pasties, but for this video we used the standard military zero target. No matter what target you use, ensure it has a small highly-visible center. This will give you a small point of aim. We like to zero with 3-5 round groups. I actually prefer 5 round groups, as I’ll cover in a later video, but that would have added 5 more seconds to an already long YouTube video. Seriously… that’s what I get told by the film crew. What kills people, when shooting Iron Sights, is that they don’t focus on sight alignment. Those sight have got to be perfectly lined up. For easy math, let’s say your rifle sights are 2 feet apart. If your sights are not lined up, say a quarter of an inch out of alignment; that doubles every 2 feet. Quarter becomes a half, a half becomes an inch and then then thing you know, you are missing by 6 inches at 100 meters.

Adjustments (clicks) will depend on the distance that you are shooting at, and the type sights you are using. If you are not sure; look it up in the manual that came with the sights, or Google it on the web. Still can’t find it?... Make bold corrections of 10 clicks, and then measure how far 10 clicks moved you… divide by 10, and you now have the value of each click. Make your adjustments and repeat. Again, fire another group, mark target, and adjust the Iron Sights as needed. Too Easy.
 

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The Three Guns I use in 3-Gun Competitions: Unlimited Class
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Published on Nov 10, 2017
In this vid, I will fill you in on the three guns I use for competitions.

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Tiger Valley 2017 - 2 Man SWAT Team Competition for Civilians
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Published on Nov 16, 2017
If you're interested in a physical, mental and shooting skill challenging event that will put you in check - Tiger Valley and this match will do that, and in large doses.

Tiger Valley's 2man team match was run for a few years awhile back but died off in 2014 due to lack of interest.
This was a *terrible loss* to the shooting community as it was the most epic, and successful, attempt at combining practical/tactical/training & competition into one scored event.

The goal of Tiger Valley’s team match was to bring “SWAT Team” style competitions to anyone, not just SWAT teams, thus the emphasis on scoring, stage design and challenges are quite unique when compared to almost any other match environment.

There's quite literally nothing else like it that I've ever seen and InRangeTV worked with Tiger Valley and TJ to bring it back to life in 2017. It was a glorious success and we expect to see it return again in 2018 even bigger and badder.
 

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How a Navy SEAL sets up his Body Armor | Navy SEAL Techniques | Tactical Rifleman
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Published on Nov 17, 2017
Here at Tactical Rifleman we want to give experts and amateurs alike different points of views regarding shooting, moving, weapons, and tactics from different members of our elite military units. This week we have Jason Phalin, former Navy SEAL and founder of Arion Risk LLC, here to show you a personal version of the various body armor setups Navy SEALs utilize to perform one of a variety of mission sets. In this video, Jason walks us through his body armor setup utilized in fast assault, direct action missions and low-visibility operations where a bulky setup would hinder performance and reaction times. Navy SEALs conduct highly specialized missions all over the world and have various body armor setups to facilitate the mission. Setup is normally based on the requirements of 80% of the mission and is very operator specific. Land Warfare enduring operations require more space and surface area to enable operators to carry more equipment. Maritime operations setups, for instance, have to accommodate flotation in case of unwanted water entries as well as required safety items if inserting by helicopter over water.

I know everyone has their own opinions on placement and access of certain tactical items, but I am here to tell you, every operator is given the flexibility to organize their own kit. Certain items are an “equipment common to all” which every man must carry as standard load out, but all operators will place the gear necessary to complete their job in the platoon in whatever order they wish. By the time the platoon is ready to deploy, all members of the platoon pretty much know each others kit back and forth.

Every SEAL will have different setups but generally, the setup shown in the video is pretty close to what you would see in a typical SEAL mission. At the end of the day as long as you get the target secure while carrying your part of the loadout and look cool while doing it, that’s MISSION SUCCESS.

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Meet Lanny Barnes; Jumping into the River of Lost Souls: GunVenture: S2 E7 P1
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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 1)

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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3Gun Training - and LOTS of Exercises: GunVenture| S2 E7 P2
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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 2)

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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