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Panteao Make Ready with Dave Harrington
360 Degree Pistol Skill, Vol 1
360 Degree Pistol Skill, Vol 2
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With the 360 Degree Pistol Skill program, you get a comprehensive one-on-one pistol training session with Dave Harrington. Dave is a retired senior weapons instructor from the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare School at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina. 360 Degree Pistol Skill will help you develop the technical knowledge for shooting a semi automatic pistol. Volume One covers multiple dry and live fire drills and exercises that will get you started on perfecting your tactical use of a pistol.
Panteao Productions is named after the Portuguese translation of pantheon, which is defined as a group of people highly regarded for their contributions to a field. This is quite fitting for the video production company as the firearms instructors featured are knowledgeable and experienced. Backed by an experienced, seasoned film crew, Panteao's Make Ready series already covers a wide range of subjects such as handguns, carbines, shotguns, long guns, concealed carry, use of lethal force, self-defense tactics, firearms diagnostics and armorer's training, and K9 handling. Available in DVD and streaming formats, Panteao is selective and only spotlights talented experts.
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A few worthless holster drills
Reviewer: BradU | St. Louis
This DVD consists of nothing but a few worthless holstering and shooting drills. It's clear they had big plans for this DVD, because they introduce a lot of subject matter in the introduction that doesn't actually occur in the chapters. The actual content is a few drills that are nothing you can't get off YouTube with about 20 seconds of searching for "pistol drills". There IS one wise tidbit in it that bears repeating though, "In a defensive situation, strategy trumps fundamentals". By this he means time spent learning sighting, gripping and trigger pulling techniques pales in comparison to time spent practicing moving, taking cover and identifying threats.