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Running a 3Gun Course with an Olympic Biathlete: GunVenture| S2 E7 P3
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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 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
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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 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
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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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Published on Dec 26, 2017
 

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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
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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
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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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Peter G. Kokalis: Firestorm How To Handle & Fire Fully Automatic Weapons
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Published on Feb 25, 2017
Filmed in the late 1980's, Peter G Kokalis published this instructional video entitled Firestorm How To Handle & Fire Fully Automatic Weapons. Has interesting footage of a variety of assault rifles, PDWs, and belt fed machineguns. Has some intersting footage of the VZ58 and Mauser Schnellfeuer. Footage is from a older VHS tape. DVD transfers exist and are available.

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Another classic video from the 80's of Automatic firearms.
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Published on Aug 4, 2013
Like the title states a short video of various full automatic firearms. More like a shooting demo video of some very classic machine guns, rifles and sub machine guns etc etc..

I know there are many bad tactical techniques and many of their technical information is incorrect. But only showing this video mainly for these classic guns being shot.

As a former active military and current Army reservist (small arms instructor), Fed LE official and 30+yr collector of which I do own some pre-ban select fire guns like an MP5, MP40, G3, AR and AK's etc.

Please do not follow what most of these guys do or say. Nearly all the statements in this video are flat out wrong with maybe 5% correct, but the majority of what they say is wrong like calling standard mags high cap, a semi auto carbine an assault rifle, 7.62 as assault rifles( their called battle rifles) and gun info that seem like they made em up. etc etc. Oh and one really dumb statement and in another part of the video and guy calls a Thompson mag a clip, not to mention fingers on triggers and all sorts of really bad safety practices. Yes I do know that most of the time the narrator gets it right but not the "actors" Btw just love how the AUG malfunctions (FTF's) 3 times haha.;)

Also this video shows why we never use full auto (assault rifles) unless for CQC or to suppress as you can see only an amateur would shoot full auto as STD like the bad guys of today. As you seen when they shoot full auto hardly any jugs get hit. FA is very inaccurate. Today is mainly only used for close quarters or like I said to suppress but usually the LMG, SAW or GPMG guys would have that job. Its why the US uses 3rd burst instead as under stress in full auto you will just waste ammo again just my opinion. Always take real a course or class.

They sure don't know gun safety, proper shooting stances and or holds. Even for the 80's it would be totally incorrect and dangerous to follow what these guys say or do, heck it would be bad even during WW2. Guess they forgot Rambo is a fictional character.. So just enjoy these classic guns going bang and ignore these clueless, ignorant, amateur and dangerous shooters.

Disclaimer: SERIOUSLY DO NOT LISTEN TO WHAT THEY SAY PERIOD.
 

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How Special Ops Load and Make Ready | Unload | Tactical Rifleman
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Published on Jan 19, 2018
This Video covers the proper way to load & unload your primary and secondary weapons.
If you surf the internet, you’ll find literally millions (with an M) of shooting videos. Several are pretty good, very informative, and professionally done. However, these videos don’t get many views or hits. Now, flip to the other extreme, and there are tons of videos showing very entertaining jackassery with firearms that, while filmed professionally, are down right unsafe. These get millions of views within seconds of them being posted.
When we at Tactical Rifleman were first contemplating making instructional youtube videos, we didn’t give a shit about being entertaining to the masses. What we wanted to do was build a place where operators, professionals, and gun-loving citizens could go to find good information on guns, gear, and training. This video is the textbook example of what we wanted to do. While it is a simple and boring video; it sets a standard that is repeatable while also explaining why we do it the way we do. Every operator or student that attends one of our pistol/carbine courses has to learn the proper standard for loading and unloading their weapons. Now, while it does vary slightly by unit; most will agree with the need for this standard. There is a method to the madness.
Why do we load the Pistol first? Well, because it can then be placed securely in a holster that protects the trigger mechanism of the weapon. If we had loaded the rifle first, it would have been left hanging loaded, bouncing around on the front of our kit, while we we loading our pistol. We teach to always have positive control of a loaded firearm. Make sense? Why to we check the sights? To make sure they work. This may be the last time you look at them before getting on the helicopter. Better to find out now, before getting on the bird, while you still have time to get fresh batteries or replace a broken fiber-optic sight before a match. Make sense? Why load from your “Speed Reload” pouch? It’s just one more repetition… one more rehearsal of a speed reload; kept fresh in your subconscious mind. That’s the one reload that HAS to be SMOOTH & FAST; why wouldn’t you want to practice it every time you load? Make sense?
So, they learn these skills and techniques when they attend our courses, along with a thousand other little tidbits of information. Now, what happens two years later, when the Gunny tells the Lance Corporal to “go teach the new privates how to properly load & unload their weapons”? That Lance Corporal can now go to the web, watch this video to refresh the standards in his memory, and he can go out and teach a great class. Also, if the Lance Corporal screws it up, the Gunny can then send all the privates to go watch this video (while he sweet talks the Lance Corporal). Our intent is to give you a place to go to find good information on guns, gear, and training. The other sites are fun to surf when you need a good laugh. However, when you need good tips and techniques, you can always turn to Tactical Rifleman. So, subscribe to this site. Share it with your friends. Add comments and questions. Thanks for watching. Strength & Honor, TR.
 

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Desert Brutality: The World's Toughest Gun Match?
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Published on Feb 19, 2018
Big thanks to Ian and Karl from InRangeTV for inviting me out to participate in the Desert Brutality 2gun match at Cowtown range near Phoenix and to Russell at KE Arms for loaning the rifle and pistol I shot in the match!
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2gun action matches are practical matches that typically involve rifle and pistol in practical, physically intense competition. They are a response to the trend in 3gun toward "race" style gaming, with less physicality. The Desert Brutality match is first annual match intended to "super size" the monthly 2gun matches with even more physicality and eight stages over two days.

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Navy SEAL Shawn Ryan Trains With World Champ Taran Butler of Taran Tactical
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Published on Mar 19, 2018
Former Navy SEAL, CIA contractor, and Weapons and Tactics Instructor Shawn Ryan of Vigilance Elite gives competition shooting a closer look by training with the Legend himself... Multiple world and National Champion, the man who trained Keanu Reeves for the John Wick series along with many other "A" listers, Taran Butler of Taran Tactical Innovations.
 

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How to Break Contact like a Spec Ops Dude - Navy SEAL Vehicle Tactics
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Published on Mar 26, 2018
Former Navy SEAL and CIA Contractor Shawn Ryan and National Champion 3 Gun Champion Corinne Mosher go over how to break contact from a vehicle. Shoot, Move, Communicate and Command and Control are a must when it comes to working as a team to break contact.

This is an important drill for Police, Sheriff, and Law Enforcement Officers to train. The drill that can be set up to be as complex or as simple the deparment needs it to be.

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Cardio Control Training Drill With Rod Mills
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Published on Mar 25, 2018
Cardio Control Training Drill With Rod Mills of Scorched Earth Firearms Training. During our weekend get together on the Hacienda Rod Mills gave us a little taste of the firearms training drills and instructions he gives during his training classes.

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Combat Firing with Handguns 1944 US Army; How to Shoot an Automatic or Revolver
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Published on Nov 1, 2014
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"CORRECT GRIPS; THREE BASIC FIRING POSITIONS; FIRING QUICKLY AND INSTINCTIVELY."

US Army Film Bulletin FB-152

Reupload of a previously uploaded film, in one piece instead of multiple parts.

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Public domain film from the National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied.
The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original).

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The M1911 is a single-action, semi-automatic, magazine-fed, and recoil-operated handgun chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge. John M. Browning designed the firearm which was the standard-issue side arm for the United States armed forces from 1911 to 1985. The M1911 is still carried by some U.S. forces. It was widely used in World War I, World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. Its formal designation as of 1940 was Automatic Pistol, Caliber .45, M1911 for the original Model of 1911 or Automatic Pistol, Caliber .45, M1911A1 for the M1911A1, adopted in 1924. The designation changed to Pistol, Caliber .45, Automatic, M1911A1 in the Vietnam era. In total, the United States procured around 2.7 million M1911 and M1911A1 pistols in military contracts during its service life. The M1911 was replaced by the M9 pistol as the standard U.S. sidearm in the early 1990s.

The M1911 is the best-known of John Browning's designs to use the short recoil principle in its basic design. Besides the pistol being widely copied itself, this operating system rose to become the preeminent type of the 20th century and of nearly all modern centerfire pistols. It is popular with civilian shooters in competitive events such as USPSA, IDPA, International Practical Shooting Confederation, and Bullseye shooting. Compact variants are popular civilian concealed carry weapons, because of the design's inherent slim width and the power of the .45 ACP cartridge.

Early history and adaptations

The M1911 pistol originated in the late 1890s, the result of a search for a suitable self-loading (or semi-automatic) handgun to replace the variety of revolvers then in service. The United States of America was adopting new firearms at a phenomenal rate; several new handguns and two all-new service rifles (the M1892/96/98 Krag and M1895 Navy Lee), as well as a series of revolvers by Colt and Smith & Wesson for the Army and Navy were adopted just in that decade. The next decade would see a similar pace, including the adoption of several more revolvers and an intensive search for a self-loading pistol that would culminate in official adoption of the M1911 after the turn of the decade.

Hiram S. Maxim had designed a self-loading rifle in the 1880s, but was preoccupied with machine guns. Nevertheless, the application of his principle of using bullet energy to reload led to several self-loading pistols in 1896...

During the end of 1899 and start of 1900, a test of self-loading pistols was conducted, which included entries from Mauser (the C96 "Broomhandle"), Mannlicher (the Steyr Mannlicher M1894), and Colt (the Colt M1900).

This led to a purchase of 1,000 DWM Luger pistols, chambered in 7.65 mm Luger, a bottlenecked cartridge. During field trials these ran into some problems especially in regard to stopping power. Other governments had made similar complaints. Consequently, DWM produced an enlarged version of the round, the 9mm Parabellum (known in current military parlance as the 9x19mm NATO), a necked-up version of the 7.65 mm round. Fifty of these were tested as well by the U.S. Army in 1903.

In response to problems encountered by American units fighting Moro guerrillas during the Philippine-American War, the then-standard Colt M1892 revolver, in .38 Long Colt, was found to be unsuitable... It prompted the then-Chief of Ordnance, General William Crozier, to authorize further testing for a new service pistol...

Following its success in trials, the Colt pistol was formally adopted by the Army on March 29, 1911, thus gaining its designation, M1911 (Model 1911). It was adopted by the Navy and Marine Corps in 1913. Originally manufactured only by Colt, demand for the firearm in World War I saw the expansion of manufacture to the government-owned Springfield Armory.

Battlefield experience in the First World War led to some more small external changes, completed in 1924. The new version received a modified type classification, M1911A1...
 

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Clearing a House with Multiple Armed Intruders| Gun Talk
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Published on May 12, 2018
(Sponsored) Using Crimson Trace lasers and lights, trainer Greg Lapin demonstrates how to safely clear a house with multiple intruders.

For more videos like this one, subscribe to Gun Talk Media's YouTube, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, or Apple TV channels, like our Facebook, or find us on the web at guntalk.com.

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Speed & Accuracy James Yeager Tactical Response
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Published on May 14, 2018
Speed & Accuracy Course at James Yeager's Tactical Response. Learning to shoot fast and accurate. Speed shooting class. Speed shooting drills and tactical speed shooting is covered in this class. James Yeager's Speed & Accuracy shooting course at Tactical Response is one of a kind!
 

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CQB | Room Entry with Shawn Ryan and Taran Butler
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Published on May 17, 2018
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Shawn Ryan goes over some weapons flow when entering a room with Taran Butler, Corinne Mosher, Jade Struck, and Cecilia Johnson, from Taran Tactical to get Cecilia ready for her stunt audition.

In this video we cover some weapons flow when crossing the threshold and my opinion on entering a room on high vs low gun.
 

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Competition VS Combat Shooting - A take from Navy SEAL/CIA Shawn Ryan and the Taran Tactical Pro's
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Published on Jun 1, 2018
Shawn Ryan, Taran Butler, Corinne Mosher, Jade Struck, and Megan Sweasey have a round table discussing Competion VS Combat Shooting.

Navy SEAL host Shawn Ryan questions how to get started with competition shooting. What gear, where do you start, how do you find it.

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RX LIVE-FIRE PRE-CLASS CHECKLIST ~ Rex Reviews
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Published on Jun 1, 2018
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#73
How I Clear Rooms Alone
John Lovell



Published on Jun 1, 2018
If you ever have to defend yourself, it is most likely to be in or around structures. Fights in civilian and law enforcement contexts rarely happen in open fields -- they happen in homes, offices, restaurants, gas stations, etc. It is important we know how to clear rooms if we expect to be good defenders and protectors. One difficulty in all this is that much of the room clearing knowledge circulating is really about team clearing tactics. If an individual employs team clearing tactics (without a team present), they are likely over-penetrating constantly and are very easy to kill.
 

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#74
Define: "Combat Command Fire" ~ Rex Reviews
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Published on Jun 5, 2018
Combat Command Fire Class 001 – hosted by HDMR near Rotan, Texas. AVAILABILITY IS LIMITED Check www.rexdefense.com for course details and availability.

Being a proficient precision rifle marksman is an essential prerequisite to taking this course. Our REX Defense Level-3 combat course equips the viable, field expedient precision shooter with the skill sets needed to survive an engagement against a well-equipped adversary in potential conflict scenarios. Pound for pound, dollar for dollar, a skilled precision marksman (properly employed) can exponentially increase the dynamic effectiveness of any combat unit, no matter how big or how small. REX Defense will focus on unlocking the trainee's potential to deliver max combat effectiveness through this asymmetrical application of force. A well trained precision shooter that can act autonomously delivers the ultimate value in area denial. This will be a FTX (Field Training Exercise) held in the rugged west Texas terrain at Hawks Double Mountain Ranch. We will be implementing specialized skills needed to maximize your field effectiveness in rural settings.

The location of this training event is extremely rural, please make your lodging and food accommodations at Hawks Double Mountain Ranch as we will be hitting it bright and early in the morning and visiting until the wee hours of the night. It will be an incredible experience! You will be able to bond with the crew and trainees forming valuable lifelong relationships with fellow minded folks.

Please call Mr. Joe Nixon to arrange your accommodations at the ranch. Feel free to bring your family! It is a beautiful location and the folks there are true gentleman. Ranch Manager – Mr. Joe Nixon: (806)759-0248. Staying on-site will be required for this event.

See the beautiful ranch at: www.hawksdoublemountainranch.com

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Original Song Titles: Take Me Home, Particle Jam, She's a Minefield
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#75
Teaching New Women to Shoot! Paying it Forward!!! w/ American Gun Chic and Shawnee Tactical
American Gun Chic


Published on Jun 11, 2018
Teaching new shooters and new female shooters is one of the most rewarding things I have ever done. I work with Jeff from Shawnee Tactical in Carbondale, Il training 5 new female shooters!
 

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#76
When Worlds Collide | Navy SEAL Shoots 3-Gun Competition with Corinne Mosher
Vigilance Elite


Published on Jun 15, 2018
Shawn Ryan shoots first 3-Gun competition with Taran Tactical's Corinne Mosher, Taran Butler, Jade Struck, and Rick Birdsall.

Navy SEAL host Shawn Ryan talks about differences and similarities of competitive shooting vs tactical shooting with Corinne after completing the charity 3-gun match for Special Olympics Kansas.


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#77
Close Range Engagements | Concealed Carry Tips with a Navy SEAL
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Published on Jul 12, 2018
Shawn Ryan runs through engaging at point blank distance from concealment with Taran Butler, Jade Struck, Corinne Mosher, and Chrysit Ane at the Taran Tactical Range.

Navy SEAL host covers drawing and shooting from concealment at close range distances for personal defense. Let us know what you think.
 

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#78
Dry Fire Movement Skills with Brian Hill | ASP Extra
Active Self Protection Extra


Published on Jul 16, 2018
Please thank MantisX for bringing us today’s video of Dry Fire Movement Skills with Brian Hill of The Complete Combatant! Check them out at https://get-asp.com/mantisx or their FB page at https://www.facebook.com/MantisFTS/ I seriously DO use the system in my own dry fire training and with students on the range and you can get one at http://amzn.to/2gZjMuR. Want to see me use it? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wIsln...

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#79
Battleline Tactical Defensive Carbine/Pistol Course w/ Kris Tanto Paronto and David Boon Benton
American Gun Chic


Published on Jul 30, 2018
American Gun Chic attends a Battleline Tactical course taught by two of the heroes from Benghazi. Kris Tanto Paronto and David Boon Benton. The class was provided by Big3East Media and the video was sponsored by TruSpec clothing. We travel to Daytona Florida to train at the Big 3 East Training facilities with Kris Tanto Paronto and David Boon Benton, two of the guy from the movie 13 hours and heroes of Benghazi.
 

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(Day 1) Training w/ Kris "Tanto" Paronto & Dave "Boon" Benton. 13 HOURS Movie Benghazi Battleline
American Gun Chic


Published on Aug 7, 2018
Day 1 of American Gun Chic training with two of the guys from the 13 Hours movie about Benghazi. Kris "Tanto" Paronto and Dave "Boon" Benton. Battleline Tactical is their training company. Firearms Training with the guys from Benghazi has been a total blessing. Boon and Tanto are joined by Benny Glossop an accomplished Mixed Martial Artist teaching hand to hand combat.