I don’t see any frost giants around.
2 GORUCK Challenges completed, 2 GR Lights & a Spartan Beast. Eyes on a GR Heavy in the near future. Need to make it past the holidays first…
A little love for Special Operations Equipment. If you’re looking for great kit, head over and like OSOE. John and his crew make incredible stuff, all handmade in the MFUSA and have you covered for just about anything you might need. If you’re coming out to Defensive Shotgun with NorCal MedTac, OSOE has got your back with a bunch of shotgun gear. Look into the Micro Shotgun Rig (shown here) as well as velcro backed shotgun cards you can stick to the receiver of your pump action shotgun or smaller, belt run pouches for your shells.
Oh yeah, and while you’re there, get a belt.
Defensive Shotgun 101 is a one-day, eight (8) hour course designed to give students the fundamentals of operating their shotgun in closer (25 yards and in) defensive engagements. Students will gain a solid understanding of reloads, malfunction clearances, and weapon transitions, ammunition selection (positive and negatives). Defensive Shotgun 101 will focus on home and close up engagements with cover vs. concealment, ballistics, and shoot vs. non-shoot being discussed and drilled on.
■Desire to learn.
■Pen and paper.
■Eye/ear protection, hat to deflect brass, sunscreen if outdoors.
■Personal water supply.
■Defensive Shotgun with appropriate sling for weapon transitions and optional side saddle for extra ammunition.
■Defensive handgun (.32 caliber or higher) with strong side kydex holster and sturdy gun belt.
■350 rounds for shotgun (300 bird shot, 25 slug, 25 buckshot).
■150 rounds for pistol.
■Dual magazine holder for pistol magazines.
■3 pistol magazines.
■Personal “Blow-out Kit” or first aid kit (optional).
■Knee/elbow pads (optional).