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Primary & Secondary SITREP Originally broadcast Feb 18, 2016. Discussion about Law Enforcement issues and mindset. (Yes, Bill’s audio is horrible). When I was trying to figure out our format, early on we tried a structure that is much closer to what we do now – SITREP. Focused discussions versus the then scattered random discussions without… read more »
Primary & Secondary PodCast The panel discusses bug in, bug out, and bug home and concepts to consider. Host: Matt Landfair Panel: Mikey G. Mike Green Mike H. Scott Jedlinski Dave Laubert Duane Liptak Chris Sizelove Noah Tramposh Tarrol Peterson Episode sponsor: Faxon Firearms – http://faxonfirearms.com/
Primary & Secondary PodCast It was our monthly live open mic podcast (the live video was only accessible to Patreon subscribers). Fielded topics from the live audience – did not cover Chicken Pot Pies sufficiently. Host: Matt Landfair Panel: Jordan Bowles Mike Green Alex Hartmann Ash Hess Rick Labistre Adam Pini David Simerly Episode sponsor:… read more »
Primary & Secondary PodCast Discuss life after service, AKA retirement. Positives and negatives of leaving long life in military and law enforcement service, as well as how to prepare for life afterwards. Host: Matt Landfair Panel: Bill Blowers Justin Christensen Mike Green Ash Hess Mike Lewis Chuck Pressburg Episode sponsor: Faxon Firearms – http://faxonfirearms.com/
Primary & Secondary PodCast To continue our discussion (from P&S 154) on refining our abilities through competition and refining our competition through our practice we will discuss incorporating aspects of EDC into competition. Host: Matt Landfair Panel: Jon Dufresne Chuck Haggard Scott Jedlinski Les Kismartoni Gabe White Episode sponsor: Faxon Firearms – http://faxonfirearms.com/
I received a Liberty Hill Tactical (LHT) LHTM4 carbine from Russell Allen a year ago for an extended test and evaluation. I wanted to get this review done and out there sooner than I have, and for that I have apologized to Russell. Moving a bit slower has allowed me to run it in almost… read more »