Panteao "Make Ready with Paul Howe: Tactical Drills" DVD
Paul Howe served for 20 years in the US Army, ten of those years were spent in Special Operations. He served as a Tactical Team Leader and Senior Instructor while assigned to Special Operations. During his tour in special operations he was involved in several combat actions. One of the most notable was the battle of Mogadishu that was later portrayed in the motion picture Black Hawk Down.
Paul takes viewers step-by-step through drills like the plate rack from a vehicle drill, engaging multiple targets from cover, interior movement drills, line drill, immediate threat drills, forward movement drills, dealing with wounds, 100-7 Drill, battlefield weapon recovery, and the granddaddy of all drills - the 500 yard Scrambler. If you are looking for a video that covers a wide range of drills that you can utilize for both your pistol and rifle training, look no further than Panteao Productions Make Ready with Paul Howe: Tactical Drills.
Technical Information: 7" x 14" Mini-Poster
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