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Posted: 6/17/2007 5:51:07 AM EST
Anyone setting up training? I did a visiting Tactical Response course last year, but it doesn't look like they are coming back. thanks.
Link Posted: 6/17/2007 8:42:58 AM EST

Originally Posted By Geohans:
Anyone setting up training? I did a visiting Tactical Response course last year, but it doesn't look like they are coming back. thanks.


LMS Defense
Link Posted: 6/18/2007 10:02:44 AM EST
Dittos on the LMS team. Top notch folks.

I've also take a couple courses from the folks at 10-8 Consulting. Solid intro courses worth considering.

www.10-8consulting.com
Link Posted: 6/18/2007 10:33:48 AM EST
Link Posted: 6/18/2007 3:57:47 PM EST
I would highly recommend spending a day or two with Robin "Brownie" Brown.
He will show you how to survive on the streets with a gun…how to run and shoot and how to shoot without looking at the gun…..

He has his own web forum here:Threat Focused Forums

Read through some of the reviews of his training including mine....
Training Thoughts/Reviews

His E-Mail is: arizonaqkr@yahoo.com

He's based out of the Superstition Mountains area and travels all over the Country doing training with LEO and Civilians in-group setting. He also has people travel here from all over the Country to train with him.

His training has been featured in a recent pro gun magazine I believe there's a large article in the recent issue of Conceal Carry Magazine. I think he was mentioned there in the last issue as a teaser to the full article. The name of the article is "the need for speed."

The above is a cut and paste from your last thread in May just in case you didn't get the info...

-John
Link Posted: 6/18/2007 4:33:48 PM EST

Originally Posted By Beagles747:
I would highly recommend spending a day or two with Robin "Brownie" Brown.
He will show you how to survive on the streets with a gun…how to run and shoot and how to shoot without looking at the gun…..

He has his own web forum here:Threat Focused Forums

Read through some of the reviews of his training including mine....
Training Thoughts/Reviews

His E-Mail is: arizonaqkr@yahoo.com

He's based out of the Superstition Mountains area and travels all over the Country doing training with LEO and Civilians in-group setting. He also has people travel here from all over the Country to train with him.

His training has been featured in a recent pro gun magazine I believe there's a large article in the recent issue of Conceal Carry Magazine. I think he was mentioned there in the last issue as a teaser to the full article. The name of the article is "the need for speed."

The above is a cut and paste from your last thread in May just in case you didn't get the info...

-John


I enjoy reading his writing. His theories / philosophies are realistic, practical, sound and effective. May he post more!
Link Posted: 6/20/2007 7:21:38 AM EST

Originally Posted By tfod:

Originally Posted By Beagles747:
I would highly recommend spending a day or two with Robin "Brownie" Brown.
He will show you how to survive on the streets with a gun…how to run and shoot and how to shoot without looking at the gun…..

He has his own web forum here:Threat Focused Forums

Read through some of the reviews of his training including mine....
Training Thoughts/Reviews

His E-Mail is: arizonaqkr@yahoo.com

He's based out of the Superstition Mountains area and travels all over the Country doing training with LEO and Civilians in-group setting. He also has people travel here from all over the Country to train with him.

His training has been featured in a recent pro gun magazine I believe there's a large article in the recent issue of Conceal Carry Magazine. I think he was mentioned there in the last issue as a teaser to the full article. The name of the article is "the need for speed."

The above is a cut and paste from your last thread in May just in case you didn't get the info...

-John


I enjoy reading his writing. His theories / philosophies are realistic, practical, sound and effective. May he post more!


I also enjoy the writing as well. You should join his forum, there's a lot of good info there. I really enjoy reading the stories everyone posts on the "friday night lies" thread. Don't know if your into the "blades" at all but theres a lot of knife guys there, too. I just started knife training myself a few months ago. I'm addicted now!

Catch you later...
-John
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