Tactical Shooting Training “John Wick” Style – 1 Hero SAS Soldier’s Shotgun Kill Streak

Jeff Anderson
Jeff Anderson, Editor

“Breach! Breach! Breach!”

The SAS team entered through a doorway into the courtyard in a raid on an ISIS outpost in Baghdad, assault rifles at the ready.

They were immediately met by heavily armed Jihadis… wearing suicide vests filled with plastic explosives and ball bearings.

The terrorists were about to detonate themselves, blowing the SAS team to hell…

…And the lead SAS man didn’t have a rifle.

Armed only with his breaching tool – a 12-gauge shotgun – and somehow moving fast despite the weight of the GIANT BRASS BALLS he was lugging around…

…the SAS soldier raised his weapon and literally DECAPITATED three jihadis with the 12-gauge, firing as fast as John Wick on a caffeine bender.

But the fight, for this incredibly brave SAS commando, was only just starting.

This is the story of…

How A Hero SAS Soldier KILLED 5 Terrorists In 7 Seconds… With A 12-Gauge Shotgun!

Tactical Shooting Training “John Wick” Style

The SAS breach team’s ears were still ringing from the blasts of the lead man’s Menelli M4 Super 90.

The men they had surprised had just finished morning prayers and were loading weapons into a vehicle.

“We now think they were about to carry out an attack,” a military source told the Sun newspaper. “The terrorists were no more than a few feet away when the SAS team came face to face with them.”

That’s when two more jihadis, hoping to get close enough to blow up the team, appeared from a nearby building.

Running at the breach team, their fingers on the buttons of their suicide vests, they knew they had the Brits dead to rights.

But they hadn’t counted on the point man and his 12-gauge.

He raised his weapon and, faster than I can write it, fired twice more.

“One of the breach team opened fire,” said the source, describing the gunfight later. “It was a case of bang, bang, bang, then bang, bang. It was over in seven seconds.”

That’s right.

The soldier took out 5 men in 7 seconds, and he did it all with the same semi-automatic shotgun that you or I could buy at the local gun store.

When more jihadis responded to the sounds of the shotgun blasts, they immediately surrendered.

Why?

Because they realized they were staring at dead men who had no heads and the SAS team was ready to back up their point man.

It’s a fantastic story of our British SAS friends doing what they do well, and taking down the bad guys… but the fact that it was done with a semi-auto shotgun really caught my attention.

This is exactly the kind of gunfighting that I teach in my Extreme Close Quarters Shooting course.

Do you think that SAS point man had time to take careful aim before blasting FIVE men in SEVEN seconds?

No!

He was focused on the threat, as his brain demanded he make fast decisions in order to survive.

He wasn’t focusing on that weapon’s front sight.

He was shooting at close quarters, “no more than a few feet away” from the terrorists in their suicide vests!

If you’re going to survive a real gunfight at close quarters, the situation won’t be quite as extreme as this…

…but it will be no less a life-or-death showdown when some scumbag is trying to shoot or stab you!

If you don’t understand realistic close-quarters gunfighting principles,you’re setting yourself up for a potentially traumatic wake-up call… that could cost you your life!

I know, it sounds like a lot to take in. . . and it is.

If you want to dig deeper on how I train for real attacks, you might want to check out our 7-step “gunfighting” system here…

Just be warned…

I don’t follow popular opinion when it comes to firearms training so some of what you read may actually be the OPPOSITE of what you’ve been taught in the past.

All I ask is that you keep an open mind… and be willing to try something completely new in how you prepare for the reality of a street attack.

Now, will you really be “John Wick” by the time you’re done?

I don’t think anybody could promise that… but then, John Wick is only a movie.

Life-or-death gunfights are, sadly, terrifyingly real… and this course will give you the tools to survive them.

That’s what we’re all after, right?

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MCS 5 In 5 No. 2 – Jeff Johnsgaard (Firearms)

Jeff Johnsgaard 5 In 5 Q&A (Firearms)

We get so many questions at MCS Magazine that it’s hard to answer them all.

From survival to self-defense to guns and gear, and everything in between…

…we’re doing our best to get to as many of them as we can.

Each one of our 5 in 5 series presents five of your questions to one of our subject matter experts.

But here’s the thing:

They haven’t seen the questions before.

This is your chance to get a “hot take” on five questions for the most honest answers possible.

It isn’t just informative.

It’s also fun!

In this week’s podcast episode, Modern Combat & Survival’s Jeff Anderson asks five firearms-related questions of shooting expert Jeff Johnsgaard, giving him 60 seconds to answer each one.

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Here’s What You’ll Discover In This Week’s Episode:

  • What to do if you have your gun on someone, and they stop moving… but otherwise refuse to obey you!
  • Whether it’s better to practice slow, methodical shots, or go for speed drills instead.
  • How you should spend your time at the range to maximize your training benefits (and whether you should go to the range AT ALL).
  • The most effective pistol for a woman to carry.
  • The mystery of how your pinkie finger can screw up your shooting!

Don’t miss another great addition to our podcast schedule.

Get 5 answers in 5 minutes… and stay informed.

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MCS 272 – The Future Of Center Axis Relock

Tactical Shooting: The Future Of Center Axis Relock (CAR)

What if there was a tactical shooting system that universally allowed you to apply the same exact principles across all weapons platforms – pistol, rifle and shotgun?

What if you could master an integrated firing method that gives you the power to transition seamlessly from one firing position to another…

…And quickly engage targets at all ranges with lightning fast speed?

And what if training in this system was so intuitive that it didn’t require hours and hours of practice to master its principles…

…So you can literally become a better protector of yourself and those you love practically overnight?

If all this sounds like a dream – something that’s too good to be true – I have news for you:

It’s real, and it’s called the Center Axis Relock system – or “CAR” for short.

CAR hit the tactical industry pretty hard, and a version of it has even been used by Keanu Reeves in the hit John Wick action film series.

But it hasn’t been without its controversy over its usefulness as a tactical shooting system.

In this week’s podcast episode, Modern Combat & Survival’s Jeff Anderson interviews the “heir” to the Center Axis Relock System, Jeff Johnsgaard, to get to the bottom of CAR’s place in our self-protection platforms today.

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Here’s What You’ll Discover In This Week’s Episode:

  • The 3 biggest benefits of Center Axis Relock over traditional shooting systems.
  • The unique features that make CAR different from what every shooter is used to!
  • Whether you should ABANDON your current shooting training!
  • Why and how to integrate OTHER defensive tactics in your firearms training.
  • How to accelerate your mastery of ANY tactical skill for superior learning and retention!

This is sure to be one of our most controversial episodes.

Check it out… and learn the future of the Center Axis Relock shooting system.

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