Shooting from Retention | Bill Rapier of AMTAC

There’s a new SureFire Field Notes out – this one features Bill Rapier of AMTAC Shooting. He’s talking about retention shooting.

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SureFire Field Notes with Bill Rapier

This guy is a master of his craft – listen up.

About the Instructor: Bill Rapier spent 20 years in the U.S. Navy SEAL teams with the last 14 as a member of the Naval Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU). His assignments included assaulter, breacher, sniper, team leader, troop chief, and military working dog department senior enlisted adviser.

SureFire Field Notes with Bill Rapier


Bill is a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under Gustavo Machado (Virginia Beach), has been training in Sayoc Kali since 2006, and has trained in western and Thai boxing as well. Bill is now the owner/operator of American Tactical Shooting Instruction & Amtac Blades.

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