To survive in close-quarters gunfighting, you must be prepared for how real attacks happen on the street.
Now obviously there’s a difference between training with a static paper target at the range and quickly responding to a knife-wielding felon who’s trapped you in a parking garage stairwell, right?
The question is…
Is YOUR handgun tricked out for the range?
Or do you have it prepped for a no-warning criminal ambush?
Well, in this week’s podcast episode, you get a real-world lesson from the guys who know what it really takes to survive when you’re relying on your skills AND your firearm to get you home at the end of the day.
Our military “hot zone” contractor is back from an overseas assignment to fill us in on 1 simple trick he learned from a “Delta” buddy about how to modify your weapon for faster target acquisition.
A “Quick Tip” For CLOSE QUARTERS COMBAT!
Make no mistake…
“Speed” is one of the most critical survivability factors you must master in a real gunfight.
But your bullet has to hit your target for it to truly stop your attacker…
… and this simple trick could be the one thing that gets you home alive!