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Combative Firearm Training Reference Manual
« on: December 28, 2021, 05:58:58 PM »
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  • As some of you are aware, my company (Distributed Security, Inc) and I are in the security and gun training business.  Most of our catalog is "service offerings" focused on Business, Church, and School, but we also create and publish some physical products.  One of those products is below.

    I am making the Reference Manual available to CI members for $40 (normally $69.95).  If you have an interest or questions, please DM me here on CI.  Invoicing will be through Paypal.  Manuals are "print-on-demand"... I do not maintain a physical inventory of them.  So, delivery timing may vary a bit.

    Many thanks.

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    The Reference Manual for Combative Firearm Fundamentals and Individual Tactics.  It's a super reference for new and experienced gun owners and those who simply want a measure of peace of mind given the social instability and increased threats we are all experiencing.

    The manual is "old-school". No pretty graphics. No high-speed celebrities. Just 350 pages of black and white photos and instructional text on combative firearm fundamentals and tactics directly from some of the best instructors in the world.

    We wrote this manual for new and experienced gun owners. As a desktop reference, it is an invaluable resource for basic weapon fundamentals and individual tactics. The manual is 350 pages long and coil bound so it lays flat. We cover the following topics in the manual:

    • Handgun Technique
    • Rifle Technique
    • Shotgun Technique
    • Dry Practice Guide
    • Concealed Carry Briefing
    • Individual Tactics



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    Re: Combative Firearm Training Reference Manual
    « Reply #1 on: December 28, 2021, 06:25:57 PM »
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  • Money is well-spent on training.

    Before buying additional guns, money is better spent on training and practice.


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    Re: Combative Firearm Training Reference Manual
    « Reply #2 on: December 28, 2021, 06:29:59 PM »
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  • Money is well-spent on training.

    Before buying additional guns, money is better spent on training and practice.
    Training = Expert Instruction + Persistent Practice
    Rules for "Conservatives":
    1.  All the world's a stage.
    2.  If money's changing hands for anything other than payment for a tangible good or service, it's a confidence game.  In which case;
    3.  Always watch the "other" hand.
    4.  If you can't ID the mark, you are the mark...

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    Re: Combative Firearm Training Reference Manual
    « Reply #3 on: December 30, 2021, 06:01:05 AM »
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  • Good response thus far.  Thank you all.  Giving this a bump...
    Rules for "Conservatives":
    1.  All the world's a stage.
    2.  If money's changing hands for anything other than payment for a tangible good or service, it's a confidence game.  In which case;
    3.  Always watch the "other" hand.
    4.  If you can't ID the mark, you are the mark...