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TMACS Signature Steel Target

Wednesday, February 21st, 2018

Introducing the @tmacsinc Signature Steel Target. Click the link in the bio to buy yours. The dimensions were engineered by Pat McNamara to ensure you receive the maximum training value.

The top measures 6 5/8″ wide and the bottom at 11 1/2″, with a length of 18″. System includes the TMACS Inc Strike Face, Base, Post Top and Strike Face Bracket with Bolts. Ships unpainted. Patent Pending.

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N-Vision Optics Teams With SIG SAUER Academy To Offer Night Vision Operator

Thursday, February 15th, 2018

AS A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, SWAT OPERATOR, OR MILITARY MEMBER, ONE MUST BE PREPARED TO OPERATE IN HOURS OF LIMITED VISIBILITY AND TOTAL DARKNESS
Are you prepared to fight in the night? N-Vision Optics has teamed up with SIG SAUER Academy to bring you Night Vision Operator. This course will familiarize current Military or Law Enforcement officers with the functions of night operation devices, while supplementing existing tactics.

Course Outline

Classroom Discussion:
• Image intensifications vs. thermal
• Night Vision science
• Night Vision optic anatomy, operation, mounting, & procurement options
• Infrared devices (Illuminators, lasers, and accessories)
• Mounting and zeroing process for infrared optics

Range Portion:
• Moving and navigating with Night Vision
• Static shooting positions out to 50m using both Infrared Devices and red dot optics
• Total darkness tactical and bolt lock reloads
• Total darkness basic malfunctions
• Total darkness positional shooting
• Total darkness barricade & bilateral shooting
• Total darkness target to target transitions

More Information

For more information, dates, and registration visit www.sigsaueracademy.com/productdisplay/night-vision-operator.

For a complete list of products and product information visit www.nvisionoptics.com.

SureFire Field Notes – Travis Haley

Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Episode 20 of SureFire Field Notes is live! In this episode, Travis Haley of Haley Strategic Partners discusses the 22422 drill and low-light variations.

Travis Haley is a veteran Force Reconnaissance Marine with 15 years of dedicated real world experience including: combat tours in Middle East, Africa and Central Asia. After leaving the military, Mr Haley served as a special operations and security contractor before partnering with Magpul as founder and CEO of their training division, Magpul Dynamics. Mr Haley also served as CEO of the parent company, Magpul Industries, before breaking off to form the endeavor that would become Haley Strategic Partners.

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US Army Rapid Equipping Force Subterranean Training Exercise 

Sunday, February 11th, 2018

February 2017, the REF partnered with Asymmetric Warfare Group and 307th Brigade Engineer Battalion at the Muscatatuck Urban Training Complex, North Vernon, Ind., for a weeklong subterranean training event, which culminated with an exercise involving commercial and government off-the-shelf technologies. The results from the exercise will help inform the Total Force, solve the capability gaps of operating in a subterranean environment, and equip a future unit operating in dense and urban terrain.

North American Rescue Announces Acquisition Of JTM Training Group

Sunday, February 11th, 2018

Greer, SC (February 5, 2018) North American Rescue, LLC (NAR) is pleased to announce the acquisition of JTM Training Group (JTM) from Las Vegas, NV. JTM has over 20 years of experience providing tactical and medical training to military, law enforcement, EMS, and first responder personnel.

JTM Training Group has a strong history of offering premium evidence-based medicine education and training solutions for military and first responders. As a leader in their industry, they have been offering online EMT certification/re-certification courses since 2006 and are considered one of the most trusted online EMT providers in the world. Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) courses are also available, providing hands-on combat medical training that adheres to the TCCC Standardization Guidelines. Finally, their team of experienced and knowledgeable instructors enables them to provide customized opportunities for immersive, scenario-driven courses that are tailored to meet mission-specific requirements.

This broad range of training capabilities makes JTM an ideal addition to the NAR company goal of providing “products with a mission.” NAR has long recognized that successful life-saving treatment may begin with the right equipment, but the key elements of education to know when to use and training to know how to use that gear are requisites for desirable outcomes.

“North American Rescue has always been committed to equipping the warfighter and first responders with what they need to save lives,” said Robert Castellani, CEO of North American Rescue, LLC. “We are pleased to bring the JTM team onboard. For years we have been asked for training opportunities by customers of our premium products. We are confident that JTM’s solutions will enable us to exceed expectations for leading-edge education and training experiences and that the options of online, in-person, or even mobile training events will provide accessibility to premium training that meets and exceeds requirements.”

JTM Training Group will be changing their name to “North American Rescue Education and Training” (NAR Training), and will transition to new branding during the second quarter of 2018. Their website will remain fully functional, and courses will continue to be run and offered throughout the transition.

Greyhive Snapshot – Ian Strimbeck

Saturday, February 10th, 2018

It’s Called a GunFIGHT for a Reason

We all have that one friend, or have encountered that one individual, who lacks the intellectual capacity to understand that pressing the trigger is just one tiny aspect of owning a gun. When it comes to handguns, how often do most of us drive the gun out to extension every time we go to the range? How many of us think about how often we’re in close quarters with multiple individuals on a day to day basis? The length of extension of our pistol correlates directly to the proximity of the threat we’re dealing with. To solidify the idea in our head that we’ll always have enough distance between our pistol and the threat is not only foolish but reckless as well.

Criminals don’t care about how you train or your range safety protocols. All they care about is completing their mission, whether that be taking your wallet or your life for that matter. Most criminal assaults occur after an ambush and the victim ends up “locking up” in a standing entanglement with the assailant. But the victim can just go for his gun now right? Wrong. That would be a recipe for failure. But why? Can’t I just shove the guy with my off hand and pull my gun out like Wyatt Earp? This is what I commonly see being thought of as a quality method for retention based shooting. Usually it’s because of the misinformation out there from social media entertainers. A rubber dummy or cardboard target doesn’t fight back. It doesn’t give pressure back. It doesn’t have limbs that will attempt to strip your gun away. And it definitely doesn’t have a will to continue the fight after you’ve already given up on yourself.

At the end of the day, think realistically as to how to approach the way you train. Steer clear of attempting to copy uncontextualized methods of entangled handgun employment. Get to a quality class that utilizes pressure based training to truly test the skills. It will be anything but easy, but to truly grow your skillset you must constantly put yourself in places of conflict.

strimbeckIan Strimbeck is a United States Marine Corps veteran and founder of Runenation LLC. Runenation is a consulting and education company specializing in the constant growth of the multidisciplinary tactician. Too often in the “gun world,” you see individuals who are drawn to a singular tool in lieu of looking at the bigger picture. It isn’t solely about the gun, blade, grappling, striking, medical, fitness, or verbal acuity. It’s a constantly evolving skillset that you put a varying amount of effort into throughout your life. Like the rings on a tree trunk , it will grow as long as you put in the necessary effort.

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Snapshot is a bi-weekly series from Greyhive featuring content written by our Experts. It is our goal to deliver information that prompts you to examine your preparedness from all angles, not just how quickly and accurately you shoot.

Guerilla Approach Changes Up Tactical Marksmanship Program

Thursday, February 8th, 2018

“Static shooting develops skill, but shooting and movement measures the depth of proficiency.”
Aaron Barruga of Guerrilla Approach explains why he changed his tactical marksmanship programming.

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SHOT Show 18 – Dynamis Alliance Combative Training Barrel

Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

This is the production version of the Dynamis Alliance Combative Training Barrel. It is designed to allow you to train with your carry pistol in either a combative environment or during safe, dry fire practice. This aluminum barrel is anodized high-vis red to make a clear distinction that this is a training tool and not a live barrel. This barrel is solid to make accidental loading impossible. This barrel will fit Gen 4 and below Glock 19 and 17 pistols.

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