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At the Range: Executive Protection Tactics

by Guns & Ammo TV   |  April 2nd, 2014 1

Like it or not, we’re surrounded by deadly threats every day. Threats become even more common with executives, celebrities and high-value decision makers.

Professional security detail teams routinely practice their tactics to stay ahead of their opposition. While most folks won’t be part of an executive protection mission, many of the tactics practiced by security detail teams carry over into personal defense situations.

In this segment of Guns & Ammo TV on the Sportsman Channel, we travel to the SIG Sauer Academy to get an inside look at executive protection tactics.

  • Chris Dotson

    With the average person using an 30.06 rifle with 24 inch barrel able to shoot well at 300 yards. The tree line is to close to be secure. If a person practiced and was a good shot. That 300 yard average person could be an 500 yards shooter. Only secure spot would be an large flat parking lot. If in the photo was only option. Two or three copters checking tree line should be used. Three men on the ground so close to tree cover is not very secure. in the city with tall building is not secure just like tree line. If you truly want to be safe. Do not piss people off. That way no one will want to snuff you.

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