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The Warrior Expert Theory

The Warrior Expert Theory

Between the COVID-19 virus, widespread rioting, the defunding of the police, the presidential election, and the overtaking of the U.S. Capitol building, firearm sales have skyrocketed over the past year. If you are one of those who rushed out to buy a handgun, why did you do so? Was it to protect yourself or your family? If your answer was yes, then you need to know about the Warrior Expert Theory.

The Warrior Expert Theory was developed by Rob Pincus, the owner of I.C.E. Training and well-known instructor with the Personal Defense Network and the United States Concealed Carry Association. The idea behind the Warrior Expert Theory is that through frequent and repeated exposure to training; over time, people learn to respond more efficiently. As applied to firearms and self-defense, the more you train and prepare the better you will respond in a real life and death situation. Have you trained enough to be considered a Warrior Expert?

If you answered “No” to being a Warrior Expert, it’s okay. No one can just buy a firearm and expect to be able to operate it well enough to defend yourself under the stress of a real-world situation. To be comfortable calling yourself a Warrior Expert you must, as a minimum, be completely comfortable with the operation of your firearm, have practiced intuitive/point shooting under stress, demonstrate exceptional situational awareness, able to fix any malfunction your firearm may experience, you must be comfortable drawing your firearm from the holster in a variety of positions, and have implemented and practiced a home and personal protection plan.

I’m sure that the above list will seem overwhelming to someone new to firearms and self-defense, but that is exactly why we established Carolina Tactical Training. Being safe is a right and our goal is to make sure everyone receives the training they need to call themselves a Warrior Expert. No matter where you are in your journey, we can assess your training level and develop a training plan specific for you. If you are interested in private one-on-one training, you can easily sign up on our website. Simply select your instructor and the date/time for training. Once you register, your instructor will contact you to discuss your goals so that you can get the most out of your one-on-one training session.

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Be safe and watch your six!


“Don’t train till you get it right. Train till you can’t get it wrong”

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