Practically Tactical 112 - EDC Series Four

Welcome to Practically Tactical, member of the Firearms Radio Network! Practically Tactical is the show were critical thinking meets every day carry. This show features a round table discussion on mindset, concealed carry, training and more with some of the best instructors, shooters and figures in the firearms industry.

On this episode we are continuing our EDC series! This series will run the entire month of February, and help our listeners to evaluate their every day carry gear. On this episode, we have listeners Brian F, Jared, TJ, Stefan, and Brian D who were on last year's series to discuss any changes.  The entire EDC Series is sponsored by Big Tex Outdoors. Use Promo Code “EDC20” and get 20% off your order at BigTexOutdoors.Com. This applies to select products such as Slip2000, Emerson, Fireclean, Surefire, Blue Force Gear, Trijicon, and more! Check out the show notes for more information on all the products you can save money on! 

For more information on the show and to view show notes, please visit: http://www.practicallytactical.com/episodes/2016/3/10/practically-tactical

 

 

 

Practically Tactical 111 - EDC Series Show Three

Welcome to Practically Tactical, member of the Firearms Radio Network! Practically Tactical is the show were critical thinking meets every day carry. This show features a round table discussion on mindset, concealed carry, training and more with some of the best instructors, shooters and figures in the firearms industry.

On this episode we are continuing our EDC series! This series will run the entire month of February, and help our listeners to evaluate their every day carry gear. On this episode, we have listeners Ike, Scott, Jay, Justin, Chris, and Hunter.  The entire EDC Series is sponsored by Big Tex Outdoors. Use Promo Code “EDC20” and get 20% off your order at BigTexOutdoors.Com. This applies to select products such as Slip2000, Emerson, Fireclean, Surefire, Blue Force Gear, Trijicon, and more! Check out the show notes for more information on all the products you can save money on!

For more information on gear, guests, and complete show notes visit: http://www.practicallytactical.com/episodes/2016/2/29/practically-tactical-111-edc-series-show-three

Practically Tactical 110 - EDC Series Show Two

Practically Tactical is the show were critical thinking meets every day carry. This show features a round table discussion on mindset, concealed carry, training and more with some of the best instructors, shooters and figures in the firearms industry.

On this episode we are continuing our EDC series! This series will run the entire month of February, and help our listeners to evaluate their every day carry gear. On this episode, we have listeners Ike, Scott, Jay, Justin, Chris, and Hunter.  The entire EDC Series is sponsored by Big Tex Outdoors. Use Promo Code “EDC20” and get 20% off your order at BigTexOutdoors.Com. This applies to select products such as Slip2000, Emerson, Fireclean, Surefire, Blue Force Gear, Trijicon, and more! Check out the show notes for more information on all the products you can save money on!

For more information on the show, to view guests gear, and find more information, please visit: http://www.practicallytactical.com/episodes/2016/2/27/practically-tactical-110-edc-series-show-two

Practically Tactical 109 - EDC Series Show One

Welcome to Practically Tactical, member of the Firearms Radio Network! Practically Tactical is the show were critical thinking meets every day carry. This show features a round table discussion on mindset, concealed carry, training and more with some of the best instructors, shooters and figures in the firearms industry.

On this episode we are starting our EDC series! This series will run the entire month of February, and help our listeners to evaluate their every day carry gear. On this episode, we have listeners Ed, Nick, Stephen, Terry, Chris, and Adam.  The entire EDC Series is sponsored by Big Tex Outdoors. Use Promo Code “EDC20” and get 20% off your order at BigTexOutdoors.Com. This applies to select products such as Slip2000, Emerson, Fireclean, Surefire, Blue Force Gear, Trijicon, and more! Check out the show notes for more information on all the products you can save money on!

To see all the products you can save 20% on, please visit: http://www.bigtexoutdoors.com/collections/edc-sale

While you are checking out the show notes, please be sure to do all your Amazon shopping with our Amazon affiliate link. A small portion of your sale goes to supporting all the great shows here on the Firearms Radio Network. You can do that by clicking on the Amazon banner on the website or by visiting PracticallyTactical.Com/Amazon

Finally, be sure to use promo code practac10 on your order at GreatLakesAmmo.Com to save 10% on your ammo purchase.

Show Notes

Practically Tactical Listener Class - SOLD OUT

If you are interested in us doing another class, please email me nick@practicallytactical.com

MAIN TOPIC

EDC Series!

Ed:

Born and raised in the South but didn’t really get into guns(like most people down here) until the past couple of years when our socio-political environment seemed to be spiralling down the toilet.  I used to travel a lot for work and one Friday I happened to be home some idiot decided to open my garage door at 3am. Needless to say after that i decided to take my families safety more seriously and started searching for firearms training. Bought a couple of bb and pellet guns to practice with. I have a background in martial arts(Aikido, Iaido, Judo and Kempo Karate).  Was previously certified EMT-B in NC but looking into recerting here in SC. Was a Marine Biologist turned Formulations Chemist turned IT Guy.  Currently design, configure, and maintain wired, wireless, security(IP cameras and Access Control) and data networks. Just a normal dude with a wife, kids, cats, dogs and a sense of humor and enjoys all around general shenanigans! Just finished my CWP class and scheduled for Basic Pistol class.

List of EDC Gear:

Nick:

I was born and raised in Midcoast Maine. I was raised around guns mostly for hunting but very rarely for recreation and even less for self-defense. I never had one life changing event that moved me towards carrying it was more of a culmination of seeing the way drug use is increasing and other events I witness as a byproduct of my profession. I work at the county EMS service as a Paramedic. At home I have a 1 ½ year old son and a girlfriend. I am on the local Fire-Rescue on an on call basis. All of these considerations lead to a complicated and evolving EDC. When at work on the ambulance carrying a firearm is prohibited by the company. Carrying on calls in which I first respond for the Fire Department to people’s homes in my personal vehicle is allowed and I regularly do so. I carry on my person at all times at home due to my son. He has led me down the path of a weapons mounted light as well as other one handed considerations. I have taken two pistol courses; both NRA based and have found they leave a lot to be desired. I hope to take more training in the coming year.

List of EDC Gear:

  • Ares Gear Aegis Belt

  • Bravo Concealment IWB (soon to be FCT Alpha Ignite)

  • Glock 19 Gen 4

    • Streamlight TLR - 1 HL (soon to be surefire X300U-B)

    • Proctor Y-Notch sights

    • 124 Federal HST

  • Raven Concealment IWB spare mag holder

  • Spare 19 Mag

  • Spyderco Tenacious

  • Streamlight ProTac HL

  • Medical Gear

    • TacMed Solutions ankle wrap or Ziplock Bag depending on attire

    • Quick Clot Gauze

    • NAR Decompression Needle

    • Nitrile Gloves

    • Russell Chest Seal

    • SOFTT Wide Tourniquet

  • Many additional items in vehicle.

    • i.e. 17 mag, full med kit, go bag ect.

 

Stephen: I was born and raised in Fort Wayne, IN and had my CCP at 18. I wasn't really into guns that much until I met one of my best friends in high school and things took off exponentially from there. When I moved down to Sanford, NC with my family shortly after graduation I found out the laws had changed and I could not legally carry until I was 21. I recently turned 21 and now I open carry (as much as I hate doing so) until I receive my permit, hopefully by the end of this month. I go to school full time and I'm currently working on my EMT-B and then I plan on pursuing my Paramedic certification.

 

List of EDC Gear:

  • Gun: Glock 19 Gen 3

    • Surefire X300u

    • Trijicon HD Orange Sights

    • 135gr +P Critical Duty

  • Spare Magazine with Taran Tactical +4 base pad

  • Belt: SOE EDC Belt

  • Holsters: Green Force Tactical IWB in Kryptek Mandrake, Green Force Tactical OWB mag carrier in Kryptek Typhon

  • Knife: Emerson CQC-15

  • Light: Surefire P2X Fury Tactical w/ Raven Concealment pocket clip and a Fenix LD02

  • Medical: Dark Angel Medical pocket D.A.R.K that I added a HyFin Chest Seal and NPA to

  • Additional Items: KEY-BAR, SOE Wallet, IPhone 5s.

  • Back Up Gun: S&W 442 or Shield on ankle(still need to find good ankle holster) or in pocket.

Chris: Born in upstate NY and lived most of my life in the Pittsburgh, PA area. I’ve been living in the Carolinas for the last 7 years. My intro to guns was through hunting at an early age and then some target shooting later on as my father was an NRA Instructor. Got into the Self Defense side within the last 10 years and started taking training with multiple instructors. Then I realized I was just being a “gun guy” and started down the path of H2H combatives for the last 4 years to round out my martial studies.

List of EDC Gear:

  • Glock 17 in PHLster Skeleton (possibly getting replaced by a Keepers Concealment)

    • Spare G17 Mag in either Galco pocket mag pouch or Comp-tac pouch or Kolbeson Leather IWB Mag pouch

  • Spyderco P’kal

  • Kabar TDI (Most likely getting swapped out with the Shivworks Clinch Pick)

  • MTR Gun Belt

  • Surefire Lumamax LX2 (sometimes its the Fenix PD31)

  • Medical: VOK always in the vehicles - Backpack w/ me has the Paul Gomez HTIVK

  • Every now and then I will carry a Glock 26 in a galco leather ankle rig or swap out the G17 with a G19

  • Randomness: Leatherman, Lockpicks, Tanto firestarter knife (keychain has Handcuff key, P-51 can opener, ResQme Tool)

Adam: I was born and raised in Southwest Washington(Washington state, not DC). I have been around guns since I can remember. When I was a kid my father was in law enforcement, so I was always taught about guns and gun safety.  Growing up I started hunting at a young age and always had a bb gun. Got my own first gun when i was 14 or 15 for christmas, which was a 20ga winchester shotgun. That kicked me off to being into guns really. By 21 I had a few different rifles and shotguns. And then it was time for AR’s and handguns. Got my concealed permit and started to carry everywhere about a week into having my permit. Been carrying every since. I work in the timber industry in a mill.(no I’m not a logger) for an an awesome company that allows me to carry everyday and is very pro 2A. I am also an active Search and Rescue member for a team in Washington. So having medical skills and survival skills are a must in my book. My edc and truck gear compliment those skills as well. I am always learning and always trying to improve my skills.

List of EDC Gear:

  • XDS 9mm, custom stippled grip,

  • 124gr Speer Gold Dots

  • Gcode incog holster, strong side

  • SOE edc low pro belt

  • spare mag ,custom pocket mag pouch

  • Zero tolerance knife 0350ts

  • kabar TDI(optional)

  • Fenix PD32

  • Gshock watch

  • paracord bracelet

  • rats tourniquet

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We really want your feedback here at Practically Tactical, please send any compliments, feedback, guest suggestions to nick@practicallytactical.com. Please give us a review on iTunes as

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Well as always guys and gals, thank you for tuning in and listening to us, as we greatly appreciate you guys and we’ll see you next week for another episode of Practically Tactical!

 

 

Practically Tactical 107 - Shot Show Recap

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Welcome to Practically Tactical brought to you by the Firearms Radio Network! Practically Tactical is the show were critical thinking meets every day carry. This show features a round table discussion on mindset, concealed carry, training and more with some of the best firearms instructors, shooters and figures in the firearms industry. On this episode we are discussing the 2016 Shot Show. This amazing show is sponsored by Great Lakes Ammo. Be sure to go visit Great Lakes Ammo on Facebook, tell them you listen to the show, and use code practac10 on your order at GreatLakesAmmo.Com and save 10% on your ammo purchase.

For more information on the show and to view show notes with links so you can find out more about our special guest, please visit www.practicallytactical.com/107. While you are checking out the show notes, please be sure to do all your Amazon shopping with our Amazon affiliate link. A small portion of your sale goes to supporting all the great shows here on the Firearms Radio Network. You can do that by clicking on the Amazon banner on the website or by visiting PracticallyTactical.Com/Amazon

Show Notes

Use Code “PracTac” and get get you 15% over at BigTexOutdoors.Com

Use Code “practac10″ – 10% off your orders at greatlakesammo.com

Practically Tactical Listener/Watcher Training Classes:

    • MDFI May 20 & 21 at Post 46 in Pickney, Michigan
      • SOLD OUT!
      • Sentinel Concepts October 22 & 23 in Alliance, OH
        • SOLD OUT!

Patreon Only Videos

MAIN TOPIC

Check out all of our YouTube Shot Show Videos here:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJyDt6Q9nviitS8aF_Hhy685kx_bYqqJm

Pictures From Shot Show

Jet Ski for sale. Light wear and tear. Runs like new. #jetski #forsale #vegas #wearestayinginthehood

A photo posted by PracticallyTactical (@practicallytactical) on Jan 20, 2016 at 5:22pm PST

Ummmm, does he have a dead body? #Vegas #shotshow

A photo posted by PracticallyTactical (@practicallytactical) on Jan 19, 2016 at 7:03pm PST

This was a long, grueling, but prosperous @shotshow for the crew. I think we have some big things to announce later this year. But it is time to enjoy the hard work at the @brianterryfoundation auction tonight. This is Hugh Heffner's old suite. Amazing. #shotshow #honorbrianterry #palms

A photo posted by PracticallyTactical (@practicallytactical) on Jan 21, 2016 at 7:06pm PST

@thehossusmc getting his freedom on in the pool at the danger zone party. Had a great time hanging out and meeting everyone. Now for zero sleep and a plane ride back to winter. #dangerzone #lasvegas #shotshow #brianterryfoundation

A photo posted by FCT (@forestcitytactical) on Jan 22, 2016 at 2:59am PST

Shot show day 1 for the @practicallytactical crew. @jeffarmeddynamics and myself showing our true feelings. #shitshow #shotshow

A photo posted by FCT (@forestcitytactical) on Jan 19, 2016 at 3:59pm PST

Hanging at the rifle dynamics party with the crew. #shotshow #vegas

A photo posted by FCT (@forestcitytactical) on Jan 20, 2016 at 8:22pm PST

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We really want your feedback here at Practically Tactical, please send any compliments, feedback, guest suggestions to nick@firearmsradio.tv. Please give us a review on iTunes as

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Well as always guys and gals, thank you for tuning in and listening to us, as we greatly appreciate you guys and we’ll see you next week for another episode of Practically Tactical!

Practically Tactical 106 - Paul Sharp of Sharp Defense

Welcome to Practically Tactical brought to you by the Firearms Radio Network! Practically Tactical is the show were critical thinking meets every day carry. This show features a round table discussion on mindset, concealed carry, training and more with some of the best firearms instructors, shooters and figures in the firearms industry. On this episode we are sitting down with Paul Sharp of Sharp Defense. This amazing show is sponsored by Great Lakes Ammo. Be sure to go visit Great Lakes Ammo on Facebook, tell them you listen to the show, and use code practac10 on your order at GreatLakesAmmo.Com and save 10% on your ammo purchase.

For more information on the show and to view show notes with links so you can find out more about our special guest, please visit www.practicallytactical.com/106. While you are checking out the show notes, please be sure to do all your Amazon shopping with our Amazon affiliate link. A small portion of your sale goes to supporting all the great shows here on the Firearms Radio Network. You can do that by clicking on the Amazon banner on the website or by visiting PracticallyTactical.Com/Amazon

Show Notes

Use Code “PracTac” and getl get you 15% over at BigTexOutdoors.Com

Use Code “practac10″ – 10% off your orders at greatlakesammo.com

Practically Tactical Listener/Watcher Training Classes:

  • SOLD OUT!

February EDC Shows

Patreon Only Videos

MAIN TOPIC

Paul Sharp

Subscribe to his YouTube Channel ASAP!: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPhHa9bqVrthhVcYUYAjRzw

Be sure to read his website:  http://www.sharpdefense.me

  • Tell us a little about your background.  Who be is dey Paul Sharps?
  • what services/classes do you offer?
  • Are you a fighter, or a martial artist first and foremost?  What do you think of the difference between the two?
  • How has your experience as a cop influenced your martial arts techniques and/or curriculum?
  • The maritial artist’s journey, or the multidisciplinary journey:  New Levels Bring New Devils.  Expound on that.

Multi-Disciplinary

Unthinkable

Training is the opportunity to fail

Training drives Practice

Practice Plan?

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We really want your feedback here at Practically Tactical, please send any compliments, feedback, guest suggestions to nick@firearmsradio.tv. Please give us a review on iTunes as

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Well as always guys and gals, thank you for tuning in and listening to us, as we greatly appreciate you guys and we’ll see you next week for another episode of Practically Tactical!

Practically Tactical 105 - Active Shooter Response Advice For The Citizens With Sage Dynamics

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Welcome to Practically Tactical brought to you by the Firearms Radio Network! Practically Tactical is the show were critical thinking meets every day carry. This show features a round table discussion on mindset, concealed carry, training and more with some of the best firearms instructors, shooters and figures in the firearms industry. On this episode we are discussing Active Shooter Response Advice For The Citizens with Aaron Cowan of Sage Dynamics. This amazing show is sponsored by Great Lakes Ammo. Be sure to go visit Great Lakes Ammo on Facebook, tell them you listen to the show, and use code practac10 on your order at GreatLakesAmmo.Com and save 10% on your ammo purchase.

For more information on the show and to view show notes with links so you can find out more about our special guest, please visit www.practicallytactical.com/105. While you are checking out the show notes, please be sure to do all your Amazon shopping with our Amazon affiliate link. A small portion of your sale goes to supporting all the great shows here on the Firearms Radio Network. You can do that by clicking on the Amazon banner on the website or by visiting PracticallyTactical.Com/Amazon

Show Notes

Use Code “PracTac” and getl get you 15% over at BigTexOutdoors.Com

Use Code “practac10″ – 10% off your orders at greatlakesammo.com

Practically Tactical Listener/Watcher Training Classes:

    • MDFI May 20 & 21 at Post 46 in Pickney, Michigan
  • February EDC Shows
    • Email me at nick@practicallytactical.com

Patreon Only Videos

Sage Dynamics / Aaron Cowan

This show is expanding on Aaron's video here. This is a must watch video!

  • Sage Dynamics Citizen Response To Active Shooter
  • May 28-29 Atlanta, GA
  • Jun 9 – 10 Atlanta, GA
  • Aug 6 – 7, 2016 Wichita, KS

THINK ABOUT -> “Anything worth taking by force should be protected by force.”

MAIN TOPIC

Patters

  • Citizens Present
  • Gun Free Zone
  • Citizens Stop It
    • UnArmed

Understanding Police SOP/mentality

Mental Preparation

Desensitization

Motivation is irrelevant when it comes to prevention

Anything worth taking by force should be protected by force.

(Security/Police/Events) None of them are there to protect you

What can be done?

The cost of not getting training is much higher.

Understand Fundamentals - Can’t Skip

Marksmanship

  • Realistic Expectation
    • Training vs Practice
    • Lake Wobegon Effect
    • Your body can’t go where your mind hasn’t been.

Thinking about where you go

  • Movie Theaters
  • Kids
  • One handed shooting skills
  • Practice Draw with One Hand
  • Environment
  • Have to be prepared for violence

Look for things that don’t fit.

Don’t be PC

Prepare for Active Shooter

  • Not Paranoid
  • Just like driving. Seatbelts, Airbag, Slowing Down In the Rain, Headlights, 4WD, etc
  • Precautions based off of environment

What to do if you engage? How to interact with LEO?

  • Amount of information he has, related to distance.
  • Different agencies
  • usually when they get there, it is over
  • Looking for shooter, key’d on guns.

Identify Yourself

  • Sash
  • Belts

Contact w/ 911

  • Your Physical Description
  • Good Buy On scene
  • Stay on the phone?

PATREON QUESTIONS:

Chris Hand: In the video, Mr. Cowan states and, I agree, that the motivations of the attacker or attackers does not matter. My question to him is, does he think that all of the current focus on ISIS and Islamic extremism actually put more citizens at risk by making that the focus of their personal risk assessment? In other words, we still have plenty of bad guys in our own back yards and by focusing on the current media sensation, are people blinding themselves to the gang-bangers and mentally disturbed that are more likely to be their problem?

Kurt Holtzen: I realize this is a question that could burn a whole show but can you touch on tactical mindset or situational awareness . How to scan a room or crowd and a few tells to look for as far as someones intent to bad things .

YouTube Questions

James McNaughton

in your active shooting classes, how often do citizens miss or hit bystanders?

Jimmy Rivera

What's the best way to incorporate moving targets into live-fire training?

jonnypescado1

Best seat in a theater? up & back to see in front of you? sit down front for a better angled shot to avoid bystanders?

As part of the firearms radio network, we highly recommend you go checkout This Week In Guns. The podcast that covers all the latest news and industry buzz. Be sure to check out all the shows on the firearms radio network by visiting firearmsradio.tv/itunes.

We really want your feedback here at Practically Tactical, please send any compliments, feedback, guest suggestions to nick@firearmsradio.tv. Please give us a review on iTunes as

Also, Find us on facebook by searching Practically Tactical or visit facebook.com/practicallytactical.

Well as always guys and gals, thank you for tuning in and listening to us, as we greatly appreciate you guys and we’ll see you next week for another episode of Practically Tactical!

Practically Tactical 104 - Alternative Choices For Defensive Guns with Sentinel Concepts

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Welcome to Practically Tactical brought to you by the Firearms Radio Network! Practically Tactical is the show were critical thinking meets every day carry. This show features a round table discussion on mindset, concealed carry, training and more with some of the best firearms instructors, shooters and figures in the firearms industry. On this episode we are discussing Alternative Choices For Defensive Guns with Sentinel Concepts. This amazing show is sponsored by Great Lakes Ammo. Be sure to go visit Great Lakes Ammo on Facebook, tell them you listen to the show, and use code practac10 on your order at GreatLakesAmmo.Com and save 10% on your ammo purchase.

Show Notes

Use Code “PracTac” and getl get you 15% over at BigTexOutdoors.Com

Use Code “practac10″ – 10% off your orders at greatlakesammo.com

Practically Tactical Listener/Watcher Training Classes:

MDFI May 20 & 21 at Post 46 in Pickney, Michigan

Sentinel Concepts October 22 & 23 in Alliance, OH

MAIN TOPIC

Sentinel Concepts Video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WMC_59bXxA

Build Grip Strength

http://www.ironmind-store.com/Expand-Your-Hand-Bands153-10-Bands/productinfo/1376/

http://www.ironmind-store.com/Trainer-Captains-of-Crush-Hand-Gripper/productinfo/1250/

http://www.ironmind-store.com/IronMind-EGG-Blue/productinfo/1425-B/

Sig Trigger Work:

http://grayguns.com/

Gunsmith Work:

Dave at Defensive Creations

http://www.defensivecreations.com

Sentinel Concepts Midwest Industries AR-15

https://www.midwestindustriesinc.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=category.display&category_ID=2521

ATEIGuns.com

Write code practac10 and get 10% off services.

On Target Interview with Doug at ATEi

Frank Proctor Y Notch Sights Review

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehX3xw18108

As part of the firearms radio network, we highly recommend you go checkout This Week In Guns. The podcast that covers all the latest news and industry buzz. Be sure to check out all the shows on the firearms radio network by visiting firearmsradio.tv/itunes.

We really want your feedback here at Practically Tactical, please send any compliments, feedback, guest suggestions to nick@firearmsradio.tv. Please give us a review on iTunes as

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Well as always guys and gals, thank you for tuning in and listening to us, as we greatly appreciate you guys and we’ll see you next week for another episode of Practically Tactical!

Practically Tactical: On Target 33 - Review: Alpha by Squared Away Customs

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Welcome to Practically Tactical: On Target brought to you by the Firearms Radio Network! PracticallyTactical: On Target is a show dedicated to sharing with you a some of the best products or services in the firearms industry.

Don’t forget to listen to the Practically Tactical Show here on the firearms radio network as well, new episodes drop every sunday.

On this episode I am review the Alpha IWB Holster from Squared Away Customs, more information and to order the holster, visit: http://www.squaredawaycustoms.com/alpha/

Squared Away Customs Links:

http://squaredawaycustoms.com/

https://www.facebook.com/SquaredAwayCustoms

https://www.instagram.com/squared_away_customs/

Use code ptac for 15% off your order at Squared Away Customs!

Pictures Of The Holster:

Evil exists in the day and in the night. A shooting just happened at a mall in Madison where my wife and kids shopped last week. A critical reminder that skills aren't just for us, but our loved ones too. #igguns #concealedcarry #glock #selfdefense #activeshooter

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A post range trip pocket dump where kicked it with @tactiholics and @forestcitytactical. Now time to get ready for the show tonight! #EDC #pocketdump #concealedcarry #glock #igguns #gunporn #glockporn #podcast #itunes

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Time to grind out some podcasts. Hopefully be up tonight or tomorrow. #practicallytactical #podcast #glock19 #glock #gunporn #glockporn #igguns

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Pocket dump after an awesome @sentinel_cncpts low light carbine class. #DoWork #sentinelconcepts #rifleholics #ar15 #igguns #igmilitia #runyourgunnotyourmouth #firearms #firearmstraining

A photo posted by PracticallyTactical (@practicallytactical) on Oct 24, 2015 at 10:40pm PDT

Today's #EDC. @squared_away_customs holster, @ateiguns glock 17, @surefirelights Intellibeam with the @ravenconcealment pocket clip thing, and @tuffproducts mag pouch carrying spare. #igguns #igmilitia #concealedcarry #pocketdump #everydaycarry #ccw #chl #cpl #glock #9mm #gunsdaily

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Got a new home from @squared_away_customs for my WonderBlaster3000. So far so good as I just feel asleep while wearing it on the couch. I think we might have a keeper here! Full review on it after I give it a full run for its money. #glock #glock17 #photooftheday #picoftheday #igguns #gun #igmilitia #concealedcarry #9mm #dailybadass #SickgunsAllDay #ccw

A photo posted by PracticallyTactical (@practicallytactical) on Sep 23, 2015 at 8:17am PDT

For our listeners out there, do you know of a company that should be featured on Practically Tactical: On Target? If so, email me nick@practicallytactical.com with your suggestion!

Until time, thanks for listening!

Practically Tactical 103 - Concealed Carry Upgrades with MDFI

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Welcome to Practically Tactical brought to you by the Firearms Radio Network! Practically Tactical is the show were critical thinking meets every day carry. This show features a round table discussion on mindset, concealed carry, training and more with some of the best firearms instructors, shooters and figures in the firearms industry. On this episode we are discussing upgrading your concealed carry handgun with Trek from MDFI. This amazing show is sponsored by Great Lakes Ammo. Be sure to go visit Great Lakes Ammo on Facebook, tell them you listen to the show, and use code practac10 on your order at GreatLakesAmmo.Com and save 10% on your ammo purchase.

 While you are checking out the show notes, please be sure to do all your Amazon shopping with our Amazon affiliate link. A small portion of your sale goes to supporting all the great shows here on the Firearms Radio Network. You can do that by clicking on the Amazon banner on the website or by visiting PracticallyTactical.Com/Amazon

Show Notes

Use Code “PracTac” and getl get you 15% over at BigTexOutdoors.Com

Use Code “practac10″ – 10% off your orders at greatlakesammo.com

Use code "practac10" on your order form at ATEIGuns.com and save save 10% on services!

Practically Tactical Listener/Watcher Training Classes:

MDFI May 20 & 21 at Post 46 in Pickney, Michigan

Sentinel Concepts October 22 & 23 in Alliance, OH

BTF Auctions Are Live:

http://www.gunbroker.com/All/BI.aspx?IncludeSellers=3641904

MAIN TOPIC

Ammo

Top 5 Glock Modifications Video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7moesuscFg

Honorable Mentions:

  • Magazine Release
  • Slide Lock
  • Magwell Cuts

Top Glock Modifications 5

  • Slide Serrations
  • Trigger Guard Undercut
  • Trigger Upgrade
  • Stipple
  • Sights

Patreon Questions:

Kurt: Top 3 modifications in order of importance

Email Quesiton:

Andrew:

Hey Nick,

Recently got into listening to your podcast and have to say I love it. Your diverse crew of experts is great and I am very impressed by their use of common sense and logic to discuss all topics of training, political, laws, etc. It is a refreshing voice in a subject that often swings towards the extremes of either side. I have been going through your back catalog on iTunes and YouTube and it is both educational and thoroughly entertaining.

I have been finishing my MBA & living in Paris for the last 4 months, lost several people from my school in the attacks, and will be returning to the States in late December. I have been trying to educate myself on firearms ownership and the laws and regulations of my locality as well as on the current issues, the news media has not been kind as i'm sure you are aware of. Podcasts and Youtube have been a great asset but the forums I read have seemed to be less reliable/ consistent in content, many devolving into screaming about laws and opinions rather than staying on topic.

To give you a bit of background, I live in Westchester County, NY and currently work in NYC in the financial industry. I've been shooting since I was 12 in the Boy Scouts, never have owned a gun, & my girlfriend is also interested in shooting too. This past year I got into hunting; archery because of the restrictive laws around my county. As you may know, next to NYC, Westchester is one of the hardest places in the state to get a pistol permit, saying nothing to getting a conceal carry permit. Throw in the SAFE Act & other major restrictions to ownership and usage it is a legal minefield and I am terrified to even start the process.

I know that I will be inheriting 1 lever action rifle & 2 shotguns from my grandfather in the near future, they are older hunting guns, and I am interested in owning a handgun and getting into the firearms training community. Would you do an episode focused on living and carrying in highly restrictive counties/ cities? I know Jeff is in/ around Philly and operates in my metro area from time to time, so I'm sure he has some great insight on the topic.

Thanks again and please continue to make these great shows.

YouTube:

Dan Frum - when you make a mod how long should you test it before you trust it

As part of the firearms radio network, we highly recommend you go checkout This Week In Guns. The podcast that covers all the latest news and industry buzz. Be sure to check out all the shows on the firearms radio network by visiting firearmsradio.tv/itunes.

We really want your feedback here at Practically Tactical, please send any compliments, feedback, guest suggestions to nick@practicallytactical.com. Please give us a review on iTunes as

Also, Find us on facebook by searching Practically Tactical or visit facebook.com/practicallytactical.

Well as always guys and gals, thank you for tuning in and listening to us, as we greatly appreciate you guys and we’ll see you next week for another episode of Practically Tactical!

PTO 032: Brian Terry Foundation Online Auctions

Welcome to Practically Tactical: On Target brought to you by the Firearms Radio Network! Practically Tactical: On Target is a show dedicated to sharing with you a some of the best products or services in the 10612754_1472701916314817_2796622948915368835_nfirearms industry. Don’t forget to listen to the Practically Tactical Show here on the firearms radio network as well, new episodes drop every sunday. For more information on Practically Tactical and On Target, please visit practacpodcast.com.

On this episode I am talking with Trek from MDFI about the Brian Terry Foundation online auction.

Check out the online auctions at GunBroker that support the Brian Terry Foundation:

http://www.gunbroker.com/All/BI.aspx?IncludeSellers=3641904

Consider donating as well: http://www.honorbrianterry.com

Thank you to Trek from MDFI for joining us today, I greatly appreciate it. For our listeners out there, do you know of a company that should be featured on Practically Tactical: On Target? If so, email me nick@practicallytactical.com with your suggestion!

PTS 102 - Introduction To Concealed Carry

Welcome to Practically Tactical brought to you by the Firearms Radio Network! Practically Tactical is the show were critical thinking meets every day carry. This show features a round table discussion on mindset, concealed carry, training and more with some of the best firearms instructors, shooters and figures in the P49fm3rIwhhjx7o6yDMsjxRgfum1jCzCNaaIoAyVuJE5ugk599kOsySEMQP4bbf4_hugefirearms industry. On this episode we are discussing concealed carry for beginners. This amazing show is sponsored by Great Lakes Ammo. Be sure to go visit Great Lakes Ammo on Facebook, tell them you listen to the show, and use code practac10 on your order at GreatLakesAmmo.Com and save 10% on your ammo purchase.

For more information on the show  and to view show notes with links so you can find out more about our special guest, please visit www.practicallytactical.com/102. While you are checking out the show notes, please be sure to do all your Amazon shopping with our Amazon affiliate link. A small portion of your sale goes to supporting all the great shows here on the Firearms Radio Network. You can do that by clicking on the Amazon banner on the website or by visiting PracticallyTactical.Com/Amazon

 

Show Notes

PracTac will get you 15% over at BigTexOutdoors.Com

Use Code “practac10″ – 10% off your orders at greatlakesammo.com

Practically Tactical Listener/Watcher Training Classes:

MDFI May 20 & 21

Use Link: http://trainmdfi.com/practac

Use code CYBERMONDAY by December 31 and save $25 per class. Make sure to register for classes before adding to cart. That is where you will put the code in.

Sentinel Concepts

http://sentinelconcepts.com/event/low-light-handgun-2/

Use code practac to save 10% on the class! Only good till jan 15

Holster

  • What makes a good holster?
  • How do you you chose one?
  • Belt
  • What makes a good belt?
  • How do you choose one?

Gun

  • What makes a good concealed carry gun?
  • How do you choose one?
  • What else should be part of your foundation?

Trek from MDFI Trifecta For Concealed Carry Success:

Condition 2 1911 Guy Shoot's his hand: (Warning. Its nasty)

https://www.facebook.com/ActiveSelfProtection/posts/887153874725727

 

Patreon Questions

Ed:

How do you choose the best concealed carry position for your firearm?

How to choose best concealed carry pistol? So many reviews and opinions out there make it hard to figure it out.

What to look for in a good EDC belt and holster.

Email Quesiton:

Andrew:

Hey Nick,

Recently got into listening to your podcast and have to say I love it. Your diverse crew of experts is great and I am very impressed by their use of common sense and logic to discuss all topics of training, political, laws, etc. It is a refreshing voice in a subject that often swings towards the extremes of either side. I have been going through your back catalog on iTunes and YouTube and it is both educational and thoroughly entertaining.

I have been finishing my MBA & living in Paris for the last 4 months, lost several people from my school in the attacks, and will be returning to the States in late December. I have been trying to educate myself on firearms ownership and the laws and regulations of my locality as well as on the current issues, the news media has not been kind as i'm sure you are aware of. Podcasts and Youtube have been a great asset but the forums I read have seemed to be less reliable/ consistent in content, many devolving into screaming about laws and opinions rather than staying on topic.

To give you a bit of background, I live in Westchester County, NY and currently work in NYC in the financial industry. I've been shooting since I was 12 in the Boy Scouts, never have owned a gun, & my girlfriend is also interested in shooting too. This past year I got into hunting; archery because of the restrictive laws around my county. As you may know, next to NYC, Westchester is one of the hardest places in the state to get a pistol permit, saying nothing to getting a conceal carry permit. Throw in the SAFE Act & other major restrictions to ownership and usage it is a legal minefield and I am terrified to even start the process.

I know that I will be inheriting 1 lever action rifle & 2 shotguns from my grandfather in the near future, they are older hunting guns, and I am interested in owning a handgun and getting into the firearms training community. Would you do an episode focused on living and carrying in highly restrictive counties/ cities? I know Jeff is in/ around Philly and operates in my metro area from time to time, so I'm sure he has some great insight on the topic.

Thanks again and please continue to make these great shows.

 

YouTube:

Kurt Holtzen

Any carry specific clothing manufactures that you would recommend ?

 

  • Favorite belts?
  • Any thoughts about carry in the Northern climates

 

  • what are your guys thought in the m&p shield 40

 

  • +1 on favorite belts , esp those that don't look overly tacticool

 

oungschwartz

What's your process when you have to stop somewhere where you can't carry? Do you leave your gun in the car? trunk? small safe in your car?

Kurt Holtzen

Firearm size ... round count vs comfort ?

youngschwartz

Is there ever a time for off body carry? What you would recommend to women who just refuse to carry on their body and want to make use of their purse?

Ed Johnston

So would you carry a hollow point or better round in the chamber then a couple of ball loads after that

durus 5995

Question how much stock do you put in internet talk about a certain gun.  For example all the talk about early gen 4 glocks

As part of the firearms radio network, we highly recommend you go checkout This Week In Guns. The podcast that covers all the latest news and industry buzz. Be sure to check out all the shows on the firearms radio network by visiting firearmsradio.tv/itunes.

We really want your feedback here at Practically Tactical, please send any compliments, feedback, guest suggestions to nick@practicallytactical.com. Please give us a review on iTunes as

Also, Find us on facebook by searching Practically Tactical or visit facebook.com/practicallytactical.

Well as always guys and gals, thank you for tuning in and listening to us, as we greatly appreciate you guys and we’ll see you next week for another episode of Practically Tactical!

PTO 031 - Switchback by Thyrm

Welcome to Practically Tactical: On Target brought to you by the Firearms Radio Network! Practically Tactical: On Target is a show dedicated to sharing with you a some of the best products or services in the firearms industry.uCIMx5IsYU7xVASn-1hIexluCh1ppAx6NJSaAa2h3OU  Don’t forget to listen to the Practically Tactical Show here on the firearms radio network as well, new episodes drop every sunday. For more information on Practically Tactical and On Target, please visit practacpodcast.com.

On this episode we are talking with Andrew From Thyrm.

http://thyrm.com/

https://www.facebook.com/thyrmllc

https://www.instagram.com/thyrm/

Listen Above Or Watch Below:

Company History

  • how did this product come about?
  • how did costa get invovlved

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  • What is it made out of
  • how does it work
  • what lights does it fit on?

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Thank you to Andrew From Thyrm for joining us today, I greatly appreciate it. For our listeners out there, do you know of a company that should be featured on Practically Tactical: On Target? If so, email me nick@practicallytactical.com with your suggestion! Until time, thanks for listening!

PTS 101 - Cecil Burch Of Immediate Action Combatives

Welcome to Practically Tactical brought to you by the Firearms Radio Network! Practically Tactical is the11084670_619814288119020_831781147_n show were critical thinking meets every day carry. This show features a round table discussion on mindset, concealed carry, training and more with some of the best firearms instructors, shooters and figures in the firearms industry. On this episode we have special guest Cecil Burch of Immediate Action Combatives. This amazing show is sponsored by Great Lakes Ammo. Be sure to go visit Great Lakes Ammo on Facebook, tell them you listen to the show, and use code practac10 on your order at GreatLakesAmmo.Com and save 10% on your ammo purchase.

While you are checking out the show notes, please be sure to do all your Amazon shopping with our Amazon affiliate link. A small portion of your sale goes to supporting all the great shows here on the Firearms Radio Network. You can do that by clicking on the Amazon banner on the website or by visiting PracticallyTactical.Com/Amazon

Cecil Burch Links:

http://www.iacombatives.com/

https://www.facebook.com/Immediate-Action-Combatives-231465040246797

https://www.instagram.com/immediateactioncombatives/

Buy Cecil Burch’s DVD’s here: http://www.freewebstore.org/immediate-action-jiu-jitsu/index.aspx?pageid=1832879

 

Show Notes

PracTac will get you 15% over at BigTexOutdoors.Com

Use Code “practac10″ – 10% off your orders at greatlakesammo.com

Main Segment

  • Cecil Burch - A little bit of background on yourself please
  • Why Jiu Jitsu for Self Defense?
  • DVD with PDN on basic Jiu Jitsu
  • Downsides to only grappling arts?  ie. multiple opponents, weapons based environment.  How does the traditional BJJ practitioner prepare or train for that?
  • Pugilism - boxing, muay thai, savate... What are your thoughts on the importance of striking?  
  • Recommendations for first time martial students?
  • Your EDC… because everyone wants to know
  • How have the martial arts changed your life?

Get  Your Ass Kicked!

Win or Learn

Magic Karate:

youtube.com/watch?v=ncfSWTPE0E4

Ryan Hall Video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJX9QnrZtfc

Jesse Article

http://www.practicallytactical.com/thoughts/why-i-will-never-be-famous-in-the-gun-industry/ YouTube Questions:

Jay Beal

Cecil, would you talk about different "survival positions" and escapes like an upa and a hip escape?

durus 5995

Cecil is there a thought process you go through with during threat assessment?

Functional Gentleman

Questin about IFWA.  Do people with strong BJJ backgrounds wait too long to pull out weapons because their so comfortable with rolling on the ground?  If so how do you fix that?

As part of the firearms radio network, we highly recommend you go checkout This Week In Guns. The podcast that covers all the latest news and industry buzz. Be sure to check out all the shows on the firearms radio network by visiting firearmsradio.tv/itunes.

We really want your feedback here at Practically Tactical, please send any compliments, feedback, guest suggestions to nick@firearmsradio.tv. Please give us a review on iTunes as

Also, Find us on facebook by searching Practically Tactical or visit facebook.com/practicallytactical.

 

Well as always guys and gals, thank you for tuning in and listening to us, as we greatly appreciate you guys and we’ll see you next week for another episode of Practically Tactical!

PTS 100 - San Bernardino Shooting & Listener Q&A

Welcome to Practically Tactical brought to you by the Firearms Radio Network! Practically Tactical is the100 episode show were critical thinking meets every day carry. This show features a round table discussion on mindset, concealed carry, training and more with some of the best firearms instructors, shooters and figures in the firearms industry. On this episode we record our 100th Episode! We discuss the San Bernardino shooting and answer a TON of listener questions! This amazing show is sponsored by Great Lakes Ammo. Be sure to go visit Great Lakes Ammo on Facebook, tell them you listen to the show, and use code practac10 on your order at GreatLakesAmmo.Com and save 10% on your ammo purchase.

While you are checking out the show notes, please be sure to do all your Amazon shopping with our Amazon affiliate link. A small portion of your sale goes to supporting all the great shows here on the Firearms Radio Network. You can do that by clicking on the Amazon banner on the website or by visiting PracticallyTactical.Com/Amazon

 

Show Notes

PracTac will get you 15% over at BigTexOutdoors.Com

Use Code “practac10″ – 10% off your orders at greatlakesammo.com

On Target Podcast: American Defense MFG UIC Mod 2 Review

Main Segment

San Bernadino Shooting

 

Class For Listeners

Patreon

 

Patreon Questions

Kurt Holtzen

perhaps touch on what is the best course of action when facing Superior firepower in a public venue with limited defensive capability's of a sidearm and limited rounds

Kurt Holtzen

The best weapon you have for survival and defense is between your ears and is one of the hardest things to keep sharp . Any advice for training the grey matter for everyday situational  awareness ? You guys are doing a great job with the show , just the right amount of humor and good information .

Sean Piscopiello

one of the things that attracted me so much to this show was the parallels between your starting down this path and my path!

Tim Kamholz

One thing I learned along the way was how great the Hi point is. If George Washington had one I think I need to get one! Thanks for the help Cooter and Randy.

Twitter

PFWSEV: @PracTacShow benelli M2 vs M3 vs M4 thoughts?

Public Facebook Page

Stephen Mattern What has been your favorite memory/experience from the show?

Jeff Lehman Has your product evaluation changed over the time period? For example Are there certain things that you value over others and what are things you look at now over what did you look at before? has it become more stream lined?

Justin Wike As you have attended more training how has your thought process changed in regards to what you need to do as a person and how has it challenged what you thought you knew about firearms and self defense?

Nate Gates Did you ever think that when you started you would be where you are now?

Private Practically Tactical Facebook Group

Kevin Sucher I really enjoyed the "select a listener and provide advice on thier EDC and thier specific questions/concerns" episodes. Granted Im behind a bunch of episodes but those types of shows seem to have taken a back seat.

And what happened to OAF or not trivia smile emoticon

Nate Schultz If someone is new to plate carriers/body armor, what do they need to know? What doesn't matter and what does? What size? What cut? What level? Which "brand" of carrier is better than the other if all it does is hold plates? (I recently just made my first carrier and plate purchase).

Charles Constantine how do you decide whose advice to follow and listen to and who is just blowing smoke up your but? there are so many who claim to be "experts" but are actually just "know it alls" or worse, con artists selling their goods and services that might cost you your life... how can "we" spot a BS artist and what to do about it.

Glenn L Plunkett Along with this, how about suggestions for new shooters to "map" out their training (from day one on)? Do they need to only patronize "top tier" instructors (or what are some good filters for "local" instructors), what kind of progression (from local t...See More

Kurt Holtzen The best weapon you have for survival and defense is between your ears and is one of the hardest things to keep sharp . Any advice for training the grey matter for everyday tactical awareness ?

Jeff Hewes What is the single most important thing you learned from your training?

Jeff Hewes Now that you are here, what are some things you would have done differently?

Warner Paredes What is the best distance learning course or training anyone has experience with for those not Able to train with firearms

Alexander Grimm What are the best starter classes ?

Chad Wallace How many of you bought a crappy belt and holster the first time. Talking about Ryan's belt review on the gun & gear podcast made me think. I know I went and got a cheap belt, then about a month later got a decent one. That second belt lasted for years until I got to fat.

Brandon Toomey How to separate fear or paranoia from individuals who train and carry. People often see shootings like today and let fear consume them. Congrats on 100 guys!

Tommy Zimmerman What have you learned about yourself through training/pursuing the "warrior lifestyle"? Has anything stuck out to you as particularly profound or humbling? Have you discovered any failure points that you didn't know about before, and how did you/do you plan on overcoming them?

Jeff Hewes What training does your family have with firearms, medical, etc....? How often do they go to the range for practice? Do you think there is a certain age to start or based on maturity level of the individual?

Danny White: I would like your opinion on what you guys considered the most essential piece of kit /skills ... Where / how would you train with it .... And why you feel it's a absolutely necessary skill / item to have.... I like I'm sure most other people have neither the time nor the finances the train all the skills that are available to the extent we would like.... Hoping the discussion would steer me and other people in a direction where we can trade more essential skills first and of course continue our training to become more rounded in our skill set's smile emoticon

Instagram Questions

texasgunner97: Can Jesse talk about how he grips his handgun. (Don't get too excited Jeff). He has his left hand really high up on the gun and it seems to control recoil quite well. I can't get it to work for me, because my left fingers get in the way of my trigger finger.

marvin_smith: Speaking of learning curves, do you still have your Sigma? ;) Love the addition of Jesse and Jeff to the show. Between the three of you it's quite entertaining!

benjaboy1982: Any suggestions on best aftermarket pistol sights?

 

YouTube Questions:

3l3vated: another question. Some instructors says that if you shoot bad with a particular gun and not another then that is a "you" problem and not the gun. Is this true?

 

As part of the firearms radio network, we highly recommend you go checkout This Week In Guns. The podcast that covers all the latest news and industry buzz. Be sure to check out all the shows on the firearms radio network by visiting firearmsradio.tv/itunes.

 

We really want your feedback here at Practically Tactical, please send any compliments, feedback, guest suggestions to nick@practicallytactical.com. Please give us a review on iTunes as

Also, Find us on facebook by searching Practically Tactical or visit facebook.com/practicallytactical.

 

Well as always guys and gals, thank you for tuning in and listening to us, as we greatly appreciate you guys and we’ll see you next week for another episode of Practically Tactical!

 

PTS 099 - Active Shooter With Steve Fisher Of Sentinel Concepts

Welcome to Practically Tactical brought to you by the Firearms Radio Network! Practically Tactical is the q2show were critical thinking meets every day carry. This show features a round table discussion on mindset, concealed carry, training and more with some of the best firearms instructors, shooters and figures in the firearms industry. On this episode we have special guest Steve Fisher of Sentinel Concepts to continue our discussion from episode 98 about active shooter situations. And Jeff wants to have a kid and we figured out his stripper name! This amazing show is sponsored by Great Lakes Ammo. Be sure to go visit Great Lakes Ammo on Facebook, tell them you listen to the show, and use code practac10 on your order at GreatLakesAmmo.Com and save 10% on your ammo purchase.

While you are checking out the show notes, please be sure to do all your Amazon shopping with our Amazon affiliate link. A small portion of your sale goes to supporting all the great shows here on the Firearms Radio Network. You can do that by clicking on the Amazon banner on the website or by visiting PracticallyTactical.Com/Amazon

 

Show Notes

PracTac will get you 15% over at BigTexOutdoors.Com

Use Code “practac10″ – 10% off your orders at greatlakesammo.com

Main Segment

mission drives gear maybe

active shooter  

your response  

no matter what gun you carry

having that plan  

talking about trading up

dining a good death

 

Kyle Defoor 5:00 Mark

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8oGoBLXliY

Kyle Defoor Mindset:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vPCqMo9TCg

 

Questions From Patreon:

None

As part of the firearms radio network, we highly recommend you go checkout This Week In Guns. The podcast that covers all the latest news and industry buzz. Be sure to check out all the shows on the firearms radio network by visiting firearmsradio.tv/itunes.

We really want your feedback here at Practically Tactical, please send any compliments, feedback, guest suggestions to nick@firearmsradio.tv. Please give us a review on iTunes!

Also, Find us on facebook by searching Practically Tactical or visit facebook.com/practicallytactical.

Well as always guys and gals, thank you for tuning in and listening to us, as we greatly appreciate you guys and we’ll see you next week for another episode of Practically Tactical!

 

PTO 030 - ADM UIC Mod 2 AR-15 Rifle Review

Welcome to Practically Tactical: On Target brought to you by the Firearms Radio Network! Practically Tactical: On Target is a show dedicated to sharing with you a some of the best products or services in the firearms industry. Don’t forget to listen to the Practically Tactical Show here on the firearms radio network as well, new episodes drop every Sunday. For more information on Practically Tactical and On Target, please visit practacpodcast.com.

On this episode I am reviewing the American Defense Manufacturing UIC Mod 2 that offers some unique ambidextrous features along with a fit and finish that makes this rifle a premium rifle on the market .  Thanks for joining us today!

ADM Firearms Website: http://admfirearms.com/

ADM Regular Website: http://www.americandefensemanufacturing.com/

Product Link: http://admfirearms.com/product/uic-mod-2

YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/PracticallyTactical

Notes:

MDFI Foundation Carbine Pictures:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/mdfi/21216271364/in/photostream/

Video Tactiholics did when I joined him to do some 600 yard shooting with this rifle:

Pictures of the UIC Mod 2:

 

 

 

 

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PTS 098 - Paris Attacks With MDFI

Welcome to Practically Tactical brought to you by the Firearms Radio Network! Practically Tactical is the show were critical thinking meets every day carry. This show features a round table discussion on mindset, concealed carry, training and more with some of the best firearms instructors, shooters and figures in the firearms industry. On this episode we have special guest Trek from MDFI. We will be discussing the recent Paris attacks and how that could or should affect your mindset and preparedness. This amazing show is sponsored by Great Lakes Ammo. Be sure to go visit Great Lakes Ammo on Facebook, tell them you listen to the show, and use code practac10 on your order at GreatLakesAmmo.Com and save 10% on your ammo purchase.

For more information on the show and to view show notes, please visit www.practicallytactical.com/098. While you are checking out the show notes, please be sure to do all your Amazon shopping with our Amazon affiliate link. A small portion of your sale goes to supporting all the great shows here on the Firearms Radio Network. You can do that by clicking on the Amazon banner on the website or by visiting PracticallyTactical.Com/Amazon

Find out more information on MDFI at:

TrainMDFI.Com

MDFI On Facebook

MDFI On Instagram

 

Show Notes

PracTac will get you 15% over at BigTexOutdoors.Com

Use Code “practac10″ – 10% off your orders at greatlakesammo.com

Main Segment

Truck Gun

Gun Everywhere Around The Corner

Soft Targets

BBC

hiding behind bodies

medical kit

dont care about laws

right tools for the job

Questions From Patreon:

None

Questions From YouTube

Nate Gates - Recent events have convinced me to carry a med kit on my person, do you guys do the same? If so, what?

A.C. Dude - Any info on how many in Paris may have died due to not getting medical attention in time?

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PTS 097 - Criminal Minds with William Aprill

Welcome to Practically Tactical brought to you by the Firearms Radio Network! Practically Tactical is the show were critical thinking meets every day carry. This show features a round table discussion on mindset, concealed carry, training and more with some of the best firearms instructors, shooters and figures in the firearms industry. On this episode special guest William Aprill of Aprill Risk Consulting joins us to talk about the criminal mind and deselection of being a target. This amazing show is sponsored by Great Lakes Ammo. Be sure to go visit Great Lakes Ammo on Facebook, tell them you listen to the show, and use code practac10 on your order at GreatLakesAmmo.Com and save 10% on your ammo purchase.

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Show Notes

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Main Segment

William’s History

Adding the Human Element to The Training

Focus on gear, guns, paper targets, etc

 

Deselection

Increase Recognize/Process

Stress Inoculation

How you live/how you make decisions

Understanding the Criminal

Us vs Criminal

Examining Our Own Mindset

Rise to the occasion

getting comfortable with doing violence

redneck ninja magic

 

Jeff's Interviews and Information On His Combo Classes w/ William Aprill

 

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