CQB: Methods of Entry: Diminishing Sectors

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      Max
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        This is a segment from the Max Velocity Tactical CQBC (Close Quarter Battle Course). The three day class covers Tactical Clearance methods. This specific period of instruction concerns the number one man entering an open doorway via the Diminishing Sectors method of entry.

        The CQBC class is a three day event, day 1 on the flat range conducting individual skills and entry drills, using live fire and frangible ammunition. The latter two days are force on target and force on force at the CQB complex.

        This series of instructional videos illustrate tactical concepts described in the Tactical Manual: Small Unit Tactics (link below) available on Amazon or via any reputable book retailer.

        MVT Tactical Manual: https://www.amazon.com/Tactical-Manual-Small-Unit-Tactics/dp/1536876003

        MVT Home: https://maxvelocitytactical.com/

        Max Velocity Tactical (MVT) has established a reputation on the leading edge of tactical live fire and force on force training. At MVT we are dedicated to developing and training tactical excellence at the individual and team level.

        Max Velocity Tactical operates the Velocity Training Center (VTC) tactical and leadership training facility near to Romney, West Virginia, where we provide training for US Special Operations Forces and Responsible Citizens.

        Max Velocity Tactical classes utilize professional quality combat marksmanship, tactical and leadership training, in order to develop situational awareness, teamwork, leadership, decision making and communication.

      • #120434
        Andrew
        Participant

          Great video. I learned something on the second entry. Hope people pay attention to this, it will be on the test.

        • #120439
          Civilianresponder
          Participant

            Max, will we be doing some of this again in Texas next year? The CQB in the House of Woe was awesome.

          • #120448
            Pinky
            Participant

              Max – this was a great refresher. thanks for putting it up.

            • #120461
              RobRoy
              Participant

                Great video, I even tweeted it out to my few dozen “followers.”

              • #120697
                lucky_luke
                Participant

                  As always, great information and presentation Max. From everything I’ve seen you are one of the most competent and knowledgable instructors ive come across.

                  Question, Is there a difference in cqb tactics when you are the defender as opposed to the attacker? I always took it for granted that both sides equally trained would be doing the same thing and it would come down to who was better and/or had the advantage?

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