From my morning inbox …
With the nation still struggling to come to terms with the San Bernardino massacre, gun control is a hot topic across the country. According to a new report from the FBI, Americans have been buying a record number of guns in 2015. But purchasing a gun is only half the battle. When faced with an active shooter situation, or confronted by an intruder, would the average gun owner know what to do?
Retired Navy SEAL Instructor Chris Sajnog trained the world’s deadliest snipers, writing the manual that trained Chris Kyle. Now, he’s using his groundbreaking training program to teach everyday citizens how to protect themselves and their families.
“A monkey can pull a trigger,” says Sajnog, author of Navy SEAL Shooting. “But if true danger is at your door, are you ready?”
Immediately available for interviews, expert commentary and bylines, Sajnog can discuss:
His groundbreaking training program, which is based on the science of how we learn and how the brain works.Exclusive expert techniques, such as the SEAL Loop, which can help someone make better decisions during emergencies.The four P’s of surviving encounter, which will keep you focused and in control.Why he believes there should be changes to our current gun laws, and why he does not agree with either side of the gun control debate.Why everyone who owns a gun should be required to take a gun safety course.Please let me know if you are interested in speaking with Mr. Sajnog and/or receiving a copy of Navy SEAL Shooting. Thanks for your time, Joshua. I look forward to hearing from you!
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