We utilize the 1-2-3 Drill to test our on-demand performance capability to transition to our secondary weapon system when our rifle has run dry. This drill has the added value of requiring the shooter to then reload their rifle after engaging the target with their pistol, and then engaging with their rifle again.
The 1-2-3 Drill goes like this:
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Don't act like you've never done it...
Another new tacticool widget comes on to the market and you HAVE to grab it up. Often this is done before any form of careful consideration has been made in to whether or not the product will actually do what you need it to do.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]I have to admit... I have tried far too many slings than I should have on my rifles.
From the standard issue circa 1984 M16A2 Parade Sling to complex, need an engineering degree to figure out, 3 point slings to the ever popular Magpul MS2
Sometimes... I just scratch my head in amazement.
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Training in Cold Weather
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