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The Capability – An Original BCM Production

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Hartland, WI – August 31, 2017 – BCM is proud to announce, The Capability, a new series produced by BCM and created and directed by Jon Chang (creator/director of the American Gunfighter documentary series and the Black Powder Red Earthâ„¢ graphic novel series).

The first chapter of The Capability is a demonstration showcasing instructors from Northern Red working side by side with students from a counter terrorism unit, executing a multi-breach multi-team hostage rescue mission.

Staffed exclusively with US Army Special Operations combat veterans, Northern Red specializes in developing core skills, the application of those skills and internal cultural transformations of law enforcement and security forces at metropolitan and national levels. BCM provides Northern Red the most capable and reliable weapon systems possible, required for high-risk zero fail missions such as hostage rescue, combat raids and high threat dignitary protection missions domestically or abroad.

The Capability is a celebration of the men selected to preserve our nation at tip of the spear.

Stream the episode on YouTube here youtu.be/3yReIGUV9UE

Learn more about Northern Red’s services at NorthernRedTraining.com and BCM weapon systems at BravoCompanyMFG.com

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6 Responses to “The Capability – An Original BCM Production”

  1. Clasky says:

    Nice hit.

  2. Non-operator says:

    That’s some good training.

  3. Permanently in Training, apparently says:

    Guardian Training Center….That place is fantastic

  4. Will Rodriguez says:

    Very cool video but ever notice the good guys never get hit?

    I’ve role played for several police departments and some are very good but they never go down even when hit first and even from multiple directions.

    Part of it is you drive on even if you are hit and the desire to achieve training objectives but one has to wonder what happens when the lead guy goes down, Is the team prepared to carry on?

    Maybe some units out here train that but I (and I’m a minuscule sample size) haven’t seen it.

  5. Michael says:

    Wondering, are small diameter scopes really ideal for close quarters work in areas with low light levels ?

    No doubt they are fine for distance work outdoors in the sun, I would find an EOTech better suited for the CQB work.

    Well filmed video !