Panteao Releases New Bill Rogers Video

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posted on May 16, 2012
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As a follow-up to the Reactive Pistol Shooting video, we take you back to the Rogers Shooting School in Ellijay, GA for Reactive Carbine. Bill is a former FBI Agent and inventor of the first Kydex Holster in 1972. He started the Rogers Holster Company in 1973, purchased by Safariland in 1985. To this day he continues to develop cutting edge technologies for the shooting industry. Bill developed a training program and a high speed moving target system. The program replicates the minimal amount of time a shooter will have to successfully neutralize an adversary. Reactive Carbine takes you through carbine setup, proper stance and grip, engaging multiple targets, moving, transitioning to a pistol, how to zero your carbine, shooting steel and alternative targets, shooting from different positions, and much more. Also included with the video is the the In-Brief by Bill Rogers covering his training program.

Pre-Orders are being accepted for the DVD on the Panteao website.

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

About Panteao ProductionsPanteao Productions is a video production company that produces instructional videos from the top firearms instructors in the world. For more information about Panteao, visitwww.panteaoproductions.com.

You can follow Panteao on Twitter (http://twitter.com/PanteaoVideos) and find us on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/PanteaoProductions)

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