What is Force on Force Training? Force on force training is scenario-based training that induces the fear and stress of a life-threatening situation using role players and real firearms that fire non-lethal ammunition. Range Time Alone is Not Enough For most citizens firearms training consists of target shooting on a flat range. While range time is critical to learn … [Read more...] about Force On Force Training: As Real As It Gets
We all want to be prepared in the event that we, or our friends and family, are ever attacked. Personal defense is not only practical, but it can also help you be prepared for almost any occasion.
Tactical Hyve truly believes in the merits of self-defense and has created multiple articles and guides that will help teach you more about personal defense. Read now to learn how to improve your personal defense to better protect yourself and your loved ones!
Americans are living in unprecedented times. A bonafide plague is sweeping the nation, making people afraid of each other and the unknown. Civil unrest is sweeping through our largest cities. Dangerous rioters and looters have been taking full advantage of the lawlessness to unleash undue chaos into the streets. We're not sure about you, but we feel that these reasons … [Read more...] about 12 Tactical Experts Share What Their Everyday Carry (EDC) Items Are
As America's favorite shooting platform, the AR has numerous custom setups and variations. Just like its owner, every AR is different and is customized to serve a variety of purposes. One of the most common reasons one decides to own an AR is for protection for themselves and their families. If you're interested in what some of America's tactical experts carry for home … [Read more...] about 10 Tactical Experts Share Their Go-To AR Setups For All Things Defensive
https://youtu.be/4G__QH0xVtg What’s most commonly misunderstood about low light pistol shooting is that most believe it’s very different than shooting in the daylight. In fact, the shooting is very similar - the actual act of firing the weapon is entirely the same. The only major difference is that you’ll be incorporating a light (maybe a laser) and will be utilizing … [Read more...] about Low Light Pistol Shooting Techniques with Retired Navy SEAL Mark Cochiolo
Every 18 seconds in the United States a burglary occurs. In 2017, 1.4 million burglaries cost property owners $3.4 billion in losses. The average burglary lasts ten minutes or less, and nearly 30% of the time the criminal enters the property through an unlocked door or window. Thankfully, there are things you can do today to enhance your home security. We’ll look at … [Read more...] about Simple Home Security: 13 Ways to Protect Your Home from Intruders
I love movies, bad ones, good ones; I just love them. I can even enjoy movies with dumb gun tropes, but I also know when they are dumb gun tropes. Not just bad gun tropes, but tropes regarding all aspects of self-defense and violence. Guns, knives, fists and more. Let’s be real here, these movies are far from accurate. They produce some very dumb situations in which a … [Read more...] about The 10 Most Common Gun, Knife, and Fist Fighting Movie Mistakes
When people are asked why they might want to own a firearm, the most common reason people cite is that they want to protect their family and their home. In the event of a break-in or attempted robbery, the chances of the police being alerted and arriving on the scene in time to save the day are slim to none. So, what's the best home defense gun? There's a lot of differing … [Read more...] about 14 of America’s Tactical Experts Give Their Take on the Best Home Defense Gun
[toc] What is Situational Awareness Training? Situational awareness training is the improvement of someone's perception of environmental elements and events, the comprehension of their meaning, and the projection of their future status. The ability to defend yourself in a life-threatening situation starts long before touching a weapon; it starts with what the military … [Read more...] about Situational Awareness Training: 14 Ways to Improve Your “SA”