Episode #5: Carbine Malfunctions with SWAT Team & Marine Sergeant Jason Redding
The Journey (Season #1) • 30m
In Episode #5 of “The Journey,” Myles trains with Subject Matter Expert Jason Redding. Jason is the Owner & Director of Training for Stealth Shooting.
Jason is a former Team Sergeant for a full-time SWAT Team with a large municipal police department and a veteran U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant who served as a Team Leader with the Military Police Special Reaction Teams.
In Episode #5, we focus on the following common malfunctions:
--Immediate Action a.k.a. Tap, Rack, Bang
Episode #5 is perfect for anyone who doesn't know how to deal with carbine rifle malfunctions or anyone who doesn't practice them much.
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