Between a Harsh Word and a Gun Chuck Haggard Agile Tactical Rangemaster 2017 3×3 Review

| March 22, 2017 | 2 Comments

Kansas law enforcement officer Chuck Haggard was among the first 10 officers in his department to learn how to use oleoresin capsicum (OC spray, or “pepper spray”). In the years that followed, Mr. Haggard has sprayed well over 400 suspects and over a 1000 (if not thousands) of training partners, students, or test subjects. He’s been sprayed by almost every product out there.

I was eager to start of my 2017 Rangemaster Polite Society Tactical Conference on a good foot, and I was glad my weekend started with Mr. Haggard.

Here’s my 3×3 review, which discusses the top 3 things covered in class, the top 3 things I learned, and the top 3 things I’m going to change.

This is part of a series of 3×3 reviews about the 2017 Rangemaster Polite Society Tactical Conference, held at the DARC training facility in Little Rock, Arkansas.

About the Author:

Short Barrel Shepherd Short Barrel Shepherd is a regular guy and works to make Web sites and mobile apps easier for people to use. He spends his free time attending fight-focused firearm, knife, and combatives training, motorcycling, writing, and playing games. His daily carry is a Glock 19 pistol and an AR15 .300 Blackout pistol in a backpack.
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  1. Thanks for the feedback, I appreciate it a great deal, glad you had a good time.

  2. Jimbo says:

    I watched your youtube video and shook my mace this weekend. Unfortunately had to use it today when a pack of turkeys cornered me on a job site. Definitely was refreshed on how short the range is and how small of a target a turkeys face is. As the leader shook his head I got around them and inside. If you send me a email I can send you a picture.

    I appreciate your videos and sharing what you learn as we all grow as self defenders.

    Best regards,
    Jim

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