How to Escape Encirclement – Part 1

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34 thoughts on “How to Escape Encirclement – Part 1

  1. Andrew Jahn says:

    Great video. I don't have much firearms and team tactics training (working on it), but I've trained both traditional and mixed martial arts for the better part of 15 years. One thing that a lot of modern, reality-based combat systems emphasize is scenario-based training and planning for the worst. A lot of what you said about how to deal with being encircled and in a position of disadvantage and fighting to a position of parity or advantage dovetails nicely with what I've been taught. On to Part 2!

  2. nicholascheadle says:

    Not bad. Not bad at all. GREAT topic. Thankfully this topic isnt all over the internet for the general public to stumble across and most likely only us gun nerds more interested in surviving than Hilary Clinton would find it. Lol. But seriously good stuff.

  3. 8digitPDX says:

    Yeah, a big part of ITG training on their executive security course involved "dead driver drills" where the passenger slides over to take control of the vehicle, but nowdays it is pretty hard to find modern vehicles with bench seats to facilitate that.

  4. MrGunman11 says:

    "when you're in the car, drive and when you get out, shoot."

    That reminded me of how good some of the gun play in 'Way of the Gun' was. Specially when they were in the bronco and fleeing then stopping to get out and shoot.

  5. Night Fury says:

    Interesting stuff!! Great analysis Billy!! Please continue on. Especially as these ideas pertain to the private citizen who may be randomly targeted by a mob or gang, both in doors and outdoors. Thanks again!!

  6. Andy Prariedog says:

    Part 2! Part 2! Part 2! Part 2!………me and my whole Prarie Dog town setting up our projector screen, bringing in our pups and gathering corn, popcorn, sunflower seeds and peanuts waiting for Part 2.

  7. Allen Johnson says:

    Great presentation! On point start to what I'm sure will be an excellent series. Also, thank you for the Ammo Nation Remington Museum tour. The history of our nation is so often left out of these showings. When they are so connected it is hard to discuss one without the other. Top shelf job as always!

  8. Chance Carlton says:

    Great presentation.

    Billy, I am wondering if you have any insight on concealed carry insurance. Is it a good idea to have? I know the NRA has their endorsements and I hear various commercials but don't know who's truly going to back up what they advertise. Possible video idea.

  9. Marc says:

    1:08 to 2:19 no reloads on screen. Hollywood thinks reloading is boring and not necessary. They just equip everyone with 200 round mags to avoid that waste of precious action sequence time.

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