Make Ready with Pat Rogers from Panteo Productions

Panteao Productions is making a name for themselves by delivering a huge and ever growing variety of tactical training from many of the most noted trainers in the industry, right into your living room. They not only provide DVDs but also offer an innovate streaming service that gives you access to the entire series of “Make Ready” training videos in HD on your computer. The newest part of the Panteao Productions Make Ready series is a Basic Carbine installment with legendary firearm instructor Pat Rogers. If that doesn’t make you stand up and take notice of what Panteo Productions is doing, I am not sure what will.

From the Panteao Productions website:

This video is a great way to start building upon your skill set in using a carbine or brushing up on your fundamentals. Pat Rogers, founder of EAG Tactical and retired Marine and Sgt in NYPD, takes you through all the steps needed towards building a solid foundation. In a one-on-one setting, Pat reviews with you the various accessories and gear available for the carbine platform. He covers weapon manipulation, trigger reset & dry firing, zero procedure, target engagement drills, shooting from intermediate and prone positions, turns, multiple target engagement, shooting on the move, and more. If you are serious about carbine use, this is a must have video.

Pat Rogers has a no BS approach to shooting, scratch that, to fighting with a gun. This should be an excellent addition to the already impressive Make Ready series.

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One Response to Make Ready with Pat Rogers from Panteo Productions

  1. AK Matt February 15, 2012 at 19:51 #

    Panteo is definitely coming out with some impressive stuff, I really liked Travis Haley’s Adaptive Kalash (shameless link: ). I’m most of the way through his Adaptive Pistol, which is good too.

    I really like their subscription service. While I probably won’t get it every month at $18, it does offer a great value to be able to watch all of their library for awhile. Actually, the $150/year deal would be the best option.

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