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Shooting Skills with SOF Vet Tony Cowden

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Shooting Skills with SOF Vet Tony Cowden

Lucas Botkin spends a day shooting with Tony Cowden of Capable Inc.

ONE TAKE: EDC Glock 19 and Sidecar Holster

Lucas Botkin runs his EDC Glock 19 and Sidecar holster for 22 minutes running drills and discussing some shooting tips regarding concealment holsters.
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What Is The Most Important Shooting Fundamental?

Lucas Botkin explains which fundamental he believes is most important in regards to shooting. Particularly important when you're training yourself.

He's using a T.REX ARMS Ragnarok holster and MARS carriers.

Glock 19 with RMR
Glock 34
Sig P320

CQBR MK18 with EOTech EXPS3
14.5 BCM with Vortex Razor HD
NATO Steyr AUG with ACOG/RMR
Zenith Z5RS with EOTech EXPS3

What Gear Should You Get For Shooting?

Lucas Botkin discusses holsters, mag carriers, war belts, competition-style belts, and other types of gear.

But at the end of the day... slinging lead to build skill is what matters. Gear or not.
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How to Shoot Faster

Lucas Botkin goes over how to shoot faster. But it's not simply about pulling the trigger faster... it's everything else in-between.

Shooting on the Move with Various Firearms

Lucas Botkin goes over a couple drills to build efficiency and confidence while shooting on the move. He and Steve then run the drills with various rifles and pistol setups.

Equipment/firearms used:

SOPMOD Block II - Eotech EXPS 3
SOPMOD Block III - Vortex Razor
Colt 14.5 - Eotech XPS 2
Custom 10.3s - Eotech EXPS 3
Geissele triggers - SSP, SSA-E, SD3G

T.REX ARMS Sidecar holsters
Glock 19 with RMR (Lucas's EDC)
Glock 17 with RMR (Steve's EDC)

T.REX ARMS Ragnarok holster on Orion belt
Glock 17 with DeltaPoint Pro
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Primary Arms 1-8x24mm ACSS Griffin MIL

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Everything You're NOT Supposed to Know About Suppressors

What firearm suppressors are, what they aren't, why they are restricted in the US, and why they shouldn't be.

Table of Contents:
Introduction - 0:01
Thompsons and Prohibition - 1:55
The 1934 NFA Bill - 4:07
The NFA Today - 12:49
New Restrictions - 14:54
Benefits of Suppressors - 23:49
The Real Threat - 27:36

1934 National Firearms Act Hearings:


Actual Criminal Use of Suppressors:


Transcript with Notes:


Corrections:
HP Maxim's Silencer patent was actually granted in 1909. I said 1916 because I was thinking about the Thompson...

Shot on the Sony a6500
16-50mm and 18-105mm
Zoom H1

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