New Bob Vogel Video from Panteao

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posted on July 2, 2012
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Robert reviews the gear he uses in USPSA and IDPA as well as the targets for both sports and their respective scoring methods. Using both IDPA and USPSA rules as a guideline, Robert demonstrates match stages from the perspective of each sport. He also demonstrates the El Presidente drill, Mozambique drill, and One-and-One Drill. With the competition and membership numbers quickly growing in both of these shooting sports this video will give you an edge in getting to the next level and achieving your goals.

Panteao is accepting pre-orders for the DVD and expects it to be released in July.

Product Page Link: http://www.panteaoproductions.com/products/practical-shooting

Video Trailer: http://youtu.be/4-UPpBb8BoQ

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