Posts Tagged Paul Howe

Paul Howe Tactical Carbine

Wilson Combat is producing the Paul Howe Tactical Carbine

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Wilson Tactical Trigger Unit

Wilson Combat has a new drop-in AR trigger endorsed by Paul Howe.

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Tactical Reloading – Paul Howe

Tactical Reloading – Paul Howe – CSAT

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Paul Howe Pro-Tip: Muzzle Caps

Paul Howe Pro-Tip: Muzzle Caps

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Paul Howe – Taking A Knee

Tips from MSG Paul Howe USA (Ret) – CSAT

 

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Paul Howe – Shooting Steel, follow through and cover.

Tips from MSG Paul Howe USA (Ret)

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Paul Howe – Rifle Loading Procedures

Tips from MSG Paul Howe USA (Ret)

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Paul Howe – Over Aggressive Magwell Hold

Tips from MSG Paul Howe USA (Ret) – CSAT

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CSAT Advanced Patrol Tactics Class

From: Officer.com

Two years ago, in the summer of 2006, I attended my first training class taught by MSG Paul Howe, USA Retired. Howe taught proper rifle shooting positions, transition drills, and laid out a baseline of skillsets that every rifleman should be able to perform on demand. Howe expertly taught the fundamentals of basic rifle shooting in addition to briefing the class on weapon maintenance, gear placement and preparing for medical emergencies. I took so much away from the class, that I immediately started looking forward to my next training class with Howe.

In 2006, Paul Howe operated under Triple Canopy’s training division, but now he is on his own and works out of his CSAT (Combat Shooting and Tactics) facility in Nacogdoches, TX. The CSAT facility has on-site lodging for up to 24 students, a classroom, and an extensive range facility.

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Instructor Paul Howe pictured with the author.

Instructor Paul Howe pictured with the author.

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Bolt Gun vs. Gas Gun for LE Operations By Paul Howe

Bolt Gun vs. Gas Gun for LE Operations
By Paul Howe

From CSAT

I’ve have started to teach Urban Marksman (Sniper) courses to Law Enforcement personnel and wanted to address the issue of whether to use a Bolt Action Rifle (Bolt Gun) or Semi-Automatic Rifle (Gas Gun) for law enforcement applications. I think both have their pros and cons, but I want to go over them with you. Here are a few topics I wish to discuss:

  • Safety
  • Accuracy
  • Reliability
  • Training Time
  • Cost
  • Courses of Fire
  • Conclusions

While assigned to Special Operations in the 90’s, I served two years as a sniper. In the “old days,” I used a bolt action platform which fired a .300 Winchester Magnum cartridge and a gas operated platform, the .308 M1A magazine fed rifle. Since that time, a variety of both bolt and gas guns have hit the markets, from custom makers to major manufacturers. Read the rest of this entry »

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“The Scrambler” at CSAT

Combat Shooting and Tactics Scrambler drill.

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