Combatives for Concealed Carry is a defensive tactics program designed for weapon access and weapon retention in the clinch and on the ground.
In this first for our new training video review section, Chad McBroom reviews Six Seconds of Extreme Violence, a scientific training approach that teaches you how to deliver extreme violence against a violent attacker!
Chris Tran expounds on fiber optic sights and their usefulness to the modern end user….
Join Jack Richland, a US Marine Veteran and CEO of Black Scout Survival as he teaches critical Escape and Evasion skills and techniques to turn you into his personal student, and gives you the up-close and critical details with crystal clear instructions, to turn you into a captor’s worst nightmare.
As strange as this knife may look, the TJA IEW has an interesting design concept that makes it unique. Find out why this knife really packs a punch!
Comprehensive Fighting Systems…”for the purpose of promoting and teaching effective, comprehensive fighting methods.” This will open your eyes!
Vice News documents the war against Boko Haram on the ground and from the air in a Mi24 attack helicopter!
My good friend “Skipjack” decided we needed some more “opinion” around here! So, lets talk 300 AAC Blackout vs. 308, 6.5 and 6.8.
Jared of Rockwell Tactical gives a video tip for weapon transitions when your primary goes down.
Having been in the profession of arms my entire adult life, I have been exposed to multiple books, seminars, speeches, and other various training regarding dealing with stress and being able to remain a fully functional member of society and family despite the stressful career that I have chosen. After reading Kevin Gilmartin’s book, “Emotional Survival for the Law Enforcement Officer”, I find that his findings and advice are right in line with other training I have received and if followed, will help young officers effectively deal with the stresses encountered with the career they have chosen in law enforcement and allow them to be content with their personal and professional lives.