A vital reference

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    A vital reference

    As a LEO for 37+ years and a firearms instructor both as a civilan and LE I am always looking for information that I feel may be of value.
    There are several types of material dealing with training, tactics etc. Until now I had not found good information dealing with the 3 phases of real combat.
    I then found Gabe Suarez's new DVD called MIND SET, preparation, prevailing and possible fallout.
    It is the very best primer available about how to prepare for a gunfight. It covers all aspects for training, fighting and the aftermath. I have viewed several times and always something new from it.
    For more information contact www.suarezinternational.com.

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