MCS 72: Clinch-Range Gunfighting With "Southnarc" Craig Douglas

Released Tuesday, 29th December 2015
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Is your firearms training realistic for how you'll really be attacked in the street?

Violently... with no warning... and in the tight space between cars in a parking lot?

If you're like most people, your training (if any) consists of a trip down to the local gun range to shoot at static paper targets at 7-10 yards away.

But extreme cqc gunfighting expert, Craig Douglas (aka. "Southnarc"), has a dose of reality for you... and some cutting edge tactics for how to train for - and survive - in extreme close-quarters with your firearm.

Here's what you'll find in this week's episode...

  • The 3 biggest mistakes most gun-owners make that will get you KILLED in a close-quarters ambush! (Plus, the #1 "survival solution" you must learn today!)

  • What if your attacker goes for your gun? This simple "retention plan" will make sure you don't get shot with your own weapon!

  • How to gain back the "offensive advantage" even if you're being pounded on with a barrage of punches!

  • What to do when your armed response turns into a do-or-die ground fight!

  • Simple (and realistic!) gun-fighting drills... you can even do in your home! 

Don't let your training die at the gun range door!

This is the "no b.s." truth you must prepare for - and TRAIN for - if you're ever going to survive the real thing!

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