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Sunday Night Range Pr0n: FPF Vehicle Environmental Skills

Here's another example of a post that made me feel left out, lonely, wan and sad ‘cuz I didn't get to go. Sigh. These pictures are courtesy of F3 Tactical; one of their HMFICs and some of their friends attended a Vehicle Environmental Skills class taught by Chris Sizelove of FPF Training.  Focused on the concealed carrier in or around a vic (vehicle), this class wasn't intended for operators operating operationally. It was pragmatically focused on realistic real world eventualities that could happen to just about any of us — as you can tell from the lesson Sizelove called Gas Station Survival.

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Of the instructor, F3 says this:

“Chris Sizelove is one of the most effective communicators I've ever met. He takes tasks and skill sets that may otherwise seem a bit complicated, and simplifies them so that any student at any experience level or background can easily understand. He's an absolutely extraordinary instructor.”

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You can see the rest and read the full write up here on Facebook. Virginia-based F3 Tactical is online here and on Instagram here (@F3tactical). FPF Training is online here and on Facebook here. You can subscribe to their YouTube channel here.

Want some more info on FPF? Here's a review from PreparedGunOwners.com.

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Software is more important than hardware and camaraderie will never rust — are you training with your friends and family?

#honeyourskills #softwarebeforehardware #camaraderiedontrust

What are your plans next week? It's Sunday — that gives you 5 days to make arrangements to go loud with your friends, your family or a reputable instructor — hell, why not all three?




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