Do Gang Members Make For Good Firearms Instructors?
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Have you ever been in a gun fight? That ever present question when determining if the instructor in front of you is legit or not. Does it even matter? Should it matter? If so, what can actually be passed on from the experience of another to the student? We ask these questions to Jared Wihongi, a former SWAT cop (current reserve) and an SF CQC Instructor.
In case you missed the point, or simply skimmed through the content, the answer is NO. In fact, being in a gun fight doesn't necessarily equate to being a good firearms instructor. The fact that it is possible that gang members have a lot of experience in gun fights does not make them good at anything. We hope this starts a conversation within your circle of friends. Thank you for watching. Sorry for the clickbait ;) I had to do it. -GN
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