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        A discussion about training methodology for tactical training and shooting sports, both competition, and tactically focused.

        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

        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.

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          “Brilliance at the basics” – Max

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            Robert Henry

              Probably your best video yet.

              Very professional. Made your points well.

              The MMA/combatives analogy is completely accurate. Can’t tell you how many “backyard scrapers” which are the equivalent of the “self taught via Youtube” shooters come in and get their azzes handed to them by our littlest, youngest and/or least experienced guys. No quick route there as their is no quick route to skill at arms.

              If you want to be a serious student of violence, you have to be serious about seeking professional training in these things. Excuses won’t matter when you need the skills. Crap we trained combatives at two different places today back to back and I’m still nursing a knee injury. If you want it bad enough, you’ll make it happen.

              Considering what is potentially on the line- your life, your family’s life- we should all want it bad enough. :good:


              Lost my MVT class list- been here a time or two :)
              Team Coyote. Rifleman Challenge- Vanguard

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