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Just back from PEP3 and

the attendees had a great time.  Once again the event was awesome, if you weren’t there you missed a great training opportunity and a good time in general.   Link to a bit of the festivities from my friend Tamara Keel; http://booksbikesboomsticks.blogspot.com/2015/08/pushing-envelope.html  

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AAR, Close Quarters Pistol, at Defense Midwest, 7/26/2015

This was my first class teaching this package, and some learning curve was involved, as always happens when one makes a new training package.  I had taught all of the material previously on numerous occasions, but not together as an 8 hour package.   The class was […]

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Carry ammo, safety, and readiness, the danger of rechambering your carry ammo too many times….

I hear from people regularly that they load and unload their guns often, sometimes on a daily basis.  With revolvers this is not an issue, with things like semi-auto pistols and AR15s it is a dangerous practice.   Example; Ref rechambering ammo into your pistol too many […]

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OC (aka pepper) spray training for the non-law enforcement person;

OC (aka pepper) spray training for the non-law enforcement person; Training will be held July 30, starting at 6:30pm, at 1315 SW 6St in Topeka. This class will explore the use of OC spray for defensive use by the non-LE person, tactics being taught would be appropriate […]

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Active mass murder, aka “active-shooter” events……

Today seems like a good day to repost this one. I’ll note that the only historically proven way to stop an active mass murder in-progress is for an armed solo responder, be they “civilian” or cop, to start shooting back: Solo response to the active-shooter Although I […]

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Glock trigger improvements

Awhile back in a FB discussion thread I asked Freddie Blish of Robar about getting some of the Glock trigger parts from my guns coated with NP3 to try and slick things up as far as trigger pull. Freddie graciously offered to have me send it a […]

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To gun or not to gun, that is the question….

Guns are not in fact for everyone, and that’s a fact.  Seeing a post from my friend Claude Werner on Facebook prompted me to start thinking about that subject again. “Deciding whether to carry, or even own, a gun is an intensely personal decision on the order […]

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Close Quarters Handgun, Racine County Line Rifle Club, Aug 29th, 2015

Chuck Haggard with Agile Training and Consulting will be providing a Close Quarters Deployment of Handguns class at the Racine County Line Rifle Club (RCLRC), Racine, WI, on Aug 29th, 2015   This class will cover; Issues with defensive use and deployment of handguns at close and very close […]

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Review update; S&W AR15 Sport

I used the Sport for my shooting demos as part of my recent basic AR15 class  last month. For this class, since I was teaching a group of shooters with both optics and iron sights, I removed the MagPul polymer folding rear sight and added a LaRue fixed […]

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AAR; Agile Training, Basic AR15 class, 4/25/2015

This was a by request class that I held at my friend Buck Peddicord’s excellent Defense Midwest range and training facility.  Buck has hosted a number of trainers over the years, including TDSA-Tulsa, Pat Rogers’ most excellent EAG carbine course, Max Joseph’s team tactics classes, etc. The […]

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