TNVC just released this great promotional video produced by Panteao Productions featuring many of their products in action.
Panteao Productions launched a fund raising project on Kickstarter today in an effort to help fast track the construction of an indoor studio and outdoor ranges near their headquarters in SC. They have a 34 acre undeveloped parcel and their local banks are willing to do a loan on a building but are hesitant on the range portion. However, due to the intended use of the facility, the ranges are the more important aspect of the project since they need them for filming future videos.
They have been wanting to film a series of documentary videos on K9 Dog Handling, starting with “Intro to Schutzhund” and “Advanced Schutzhund”. The funds raised as part of this project will help prepare their facility in order to begin filming of these new titles.
Panteao Productions presents “Battle of the Black Sea” a documentary look at the events leading up to and including the combat operation in Mogadishu, Somalia on 3-4 Oct, 1993. The interview-style video features MSG Paul Howe (USA, Ret), a Veteran of that battle. I spent the weekend watching the video’s many chapters and I can say that it is excellent. He points out instances where the movie “Blackhawk Down” incorrectly depicts the events and speaks very frankly about subjects that few are willing to broach even in private. If you want a look behind Howe’s mindset and experience on planning and executing combat operations, this is a must see. I highly recommend it.
It’s available now for subscribers at www.panteaoproductions.com
Like Haji said in the comments section of our previous mention of the new Panteao title, “Make Ready With Matt Jacques: Fundamentals of Everyday Carry”, “There are a whole lot of people that are getting CCW’s but that lack the information necessary to take the most advantage of it because they simply lack experience and access to information.” He’s right and that’s why we’re super excited about this video featuring Matt Jacques.
Panteao Productions introduces the first in a series of Make Ready videos from Matt Jacques.
When you make the decision to carry a firearm for self-defense it’s a good idea to have a solid foundation in the fundamentals. In this video Matt Jacques walks you through all the fundamentals of everyday carry in a step by step approach. Matt is a retired police officer and a Marine Corps veteran. He served with two Virginia law enforcement agencies as well as a Special Deputy of the US Marshal Capital Area Fugitive Task Force for the Washington DC area. Today Matt trains both law enforcement personnel and civilians under his company, Victory First.
In this video, Matt reviews the different handgun options and ancillary equipment, holsters and belts, carry positions, clearing a cover garment, cover garment modifications, the grip, draw, and presentation, loads and reloads, dealing with multiple targets, drills you should practice, and more.
The video will be available on DVD and online streaming by March 1st.
Panteao Productions introduces a new documentary video about the Battle of the Black Sea, based on an exclusive interview with MSG Paul Howe.
On October 3, 1993 a group of US Rangers and Special Operations soldiers set out on a mission into the heart of the Bakara market in Mogadishu. What started as a mission that should have lasted 30 minutes turned into a battle for their lives. Known by these men as the Battle of the Black Sea and later portrayed in the motion picture Black Hawk Down, here is the untold story of that battle as told by Delta Force member MSG Paul R. Howe, retired.
Paul served 20 years in the US Army, ten of those in Special Operations where he served as a Tactical Team Leader and Senior Instructor while assigned to Army Special Operations. During his tour in special operations he was involved in several combat actions including the battle in Mogadishu. Today Paul is a high-risk training instructor and owner of the CSAT (Combat Shooting and Tactics) training facility in Nacogdoches, TX. He authored two books: “Leadership and Training For The Fight” and “Tactical Trainer” and has numerous instructional videos.
The video will be available in a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and will begin shipping the third week of February as well as available streaming for Panteao subscribers.
I’m pretty excited about this coming out. I heard awhile back that Panteao Productions had been interviewing Mogadishu Veteran Paul Howe about his experience. I have a feeling this is going to be good.
On October 3, 1993 a group of US Rangers and Special Operations soldiers set out on a mission into the heart of the Bakara market in Mogadishu. What started as a mission that should have lasted 30 minutes turned into a battle for their lives. Known by these men as the Battle of the Black Sea and later portrayed in the motion picture Black Hawk Down, here is the untold story of that battle. Coming soon in a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and streaming from the Panteao website.
Here, Panteao Productions front man Fernando Coelho gives you an inside look at the Combat Humidor.
The Combat Humidor is a durable travel humidor that is made from a US GI Ammo Can lined with 100% Spanish cedar, to create a twin double sealing and waterproof environment in which to store cigars. The Combat Humidor will float, survive small shrapnel, and general abuse. It will hold between 18 to 25 cigars depending on length and gauge.
HUMIDIFIER: DRYMISTAT TUBE
Precharged and ready to go, this compact (about the size of the average cigar) and reusable humidifier tube works well anywhere—a wooden cigar box, a plastic container, a cookie jar, even inside a three-finger travel cigar case… and, of course, a humidor. Containing absorbent crystals, the DryMistat can be filled with distilled (or even plain tap) water and humidifies as many as 50 cigars for up to three months before refill.
Paul Howe is a Mogadishu Vet and has seen combat from a perspective shared by few. As is the case with most of the men from his Unit, when he talks, I listen. Now, Panteao Productions has released a new video with Paul that concentrates specifically on Combat Mindset, an issue that is difficult to incorporate into traditional range-based training.
Preparing yourself mentally for the fight is critical. Your success against an aggressor will depend on not just your skill-set but also your mindset. In this video Paul Howe reviews important topics like motivation to survive, fear and negative thoughts, mental programming, how to handle stress, tactical confidence, medical self-aid, and more.