Teach Your Grandkids Well

Western Rifle Shooters Association

From a reader:

Today’s Lesson is a two-part Squad Level Tactical Lesson and can be used with as little as a 4-man team (with combat level experience) or a well-lead 5-man team (trained, and zeroed) and some ideas on zeroing your weapons. Any variation of the following works, and if you want to add or subtract you may. You can even combine a few of these lessons.

-First Lesson- The Australian Peel

You know the Australian Peel? It’s a good tactic to know when moving in a really tight trail, cave, hallway, or maybe some really dense jungle (through the game trails or down by a river) and encounter an enemy patrol or enemy position. The intent is to wound and kill as many enemy as possible during the initial contact (Slowing them down, and causing much confusion)

You then retreat by bounds. This tactic can also be used during…

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Author: Alfred E. Neuman

70 year old geek, ultra-conservative patriot.