Kelly Alwood was called to teach a specialty lock picking class at the annual Dave Canterbury Pathfinder school in Ohio. It was very well received.
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Kelly Alwood (middle) standing with two close friends (Troy and Joe) at a JSOC SMU compound in Jbad Afghanistan. This was also documented in “The Counter Terrorist Magazine” article in 2010.
I get the opportunity to see Steve, the owner of Huntertown Arms pretty regularly.I get to see and test out many of his new products before they go public. Here I test a 7″ M4 with his new suppressor at a Police Department.
I have a whole website dedicated to teaching you about your personal security.
Here I show you about all of the security products and practices that do and dont work. I review products so you know what to buy and not to buy. What locks are good and which ones never to use.
This site is updated daily, and I am always giving you the skinny on the newest craze. Everything is here form your car, padlocks, handcuffs, deadbolts, security seals, cameras, and more.
Its all free, so check it out and keep your stuff safe.
Have you been struggling to shoot like you always wanted. Tired of tips and hints from “experts”? Are you sick of being the average guy at the range? Money is tight, and ammo is expensive! This program is a dry fire training program that WILL get you shooting like you always wanted to, right in your home and no expensive ammo to buy. You CANNOT spend $67 in ammo and get this good. You cannot find a faster or cheaper way to these results. This is how the Pro’s learned, and they are teaching You, just as they learned. Kelly Alwood has arranged an 85% discount, in home streaming video instruction, book instruction, and drill at your own pace when you have time. This only requires 10 Minutes a day! This will get you shooting to the next level. My students have run through this program and have seen Amazing results! Learn to shoot from a SOCOM Operator. Detailed instruction streaming to you on demand. No matter how new you are, or how long you have been shooting, this WILL get you much better. Not just a little, but big strides. Shoot like you always wanted to shoot. Be the stud at the range, not the average guy there.
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The link above will get you a discount on this program. Do it, and be the shooter you want to be. Complete course description and sign up at the link below
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FOR PATROL OFFICERS WHO WANT MORE ACCURACY THAN SWAT.
FOR GRUNTS WHO WANT MORE SPEED THAN THE SPECIAL OPERATORS.
FOR RESPONSIBLE HOMEOWNERS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN SELF DEFENSE.
After spending some time on the range with Kelly, he suggested Chris Graham’s 30-10 Pistol program. I’ve known Kelly long enough to trust his advice and purchased the program that same week. I completed the program and then spent another couple months working on the various drills 5-6 days a week. Prior to starting the program, I felt like I was a competent pistol shooter. I would have rated myself around a 8 out of 10. Kelly opened my eyes when he rated me around a 4 out of 10. After 3 months of dry fire training, I returned to the range with Kelly. This time, he said I was a “solid 8.5”. If you want to be mediocre, then don’t do this program. If you think shooting like the rest of the guys on the range is good enough, then don’t do this program. If you think that just because a hole appeared somewhere on the paper when you pulled the trigger means you “hit” the target, then don’t do this program. If you want to shoot tight groups smoothly, handle your gun with proficiency and elevate your confidence to new levels, then spend 15-20 minutes a day on this program.
Here are some of my targets throughout the duration of the training program.
All targets shown are small silhouette targets Starting Image: 20 rounds prior to starting the program. After 2 Weeks: 100 rounds After 6 Weeks: 100 rounds After 3 Months: ~50 rounds
C. Miner Indiana
On every timer I was the fastest one in my class (at BW course in NC) on everything; not kidding definetly because you and dry fire. Every time we had down time on the range I was hands on dryfire and no coincidence why I smoked it. I can’t tell you how many times they grabbed my vest and said slow down…
JOSH L. Texas