030 – 5 Things Civilian Shooters Can Learn From the Military and LEOs

030 – 5 Things Civilian Shooters Can Learn From the Military and LEOs

 

Today we are trying some new editing software so hang with us through the volume issues if you can, if not we can’t blame you, lol. But the content does have value! Today we drink and we talk about what civilians can learn from Law Enforcement and Military shooters! 🙂

1-Backup.

2-Cover (even though not trained or in qual courses, definitely utilized often).

3-Location.

4-People Don’t Die Right.

5-Training. Things that Mil/Leo do right in training.

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Closing

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