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Warriorschool Coin
Warriorschool’s challenge coin is carried by everyone from quiet professionals in the sand box and the rock pile, to heads of beltway agencies, and those with stars on their collars. They make great gifts, or as a remembrance of your train up.
$10.00
*AVAILABLE RIGHT NOW* at TOPS Knives.com

RETAIL PRICE: $229.95

The Prather War Bowie’s blade is a massive 7 ¼ inches long and a nearly unbreakable ¼ inch thick, and the blade is purposefully wider than others to create a more devastating wound channel. The overall length is 12 5/8 inches, allowing a generous grip that accommodates large or gloved hands. And whether the operator’s hands are bloody or frozen, Top’s Knives’s patented micarta Rocky Mountain tread grip slab handles offers the ideal combat hold. Comes with a custom black nylon tactical sheath, featuring a sharpening stone pocket, plus a free Lansky sharpener and emergency whistle! The War Bowie was designed by former 7th Special Forces, DEA Special Agent, DIA Intelligence Officer, and Bujinkan martial arts master Jeff Prather.
Jeff Prather War Bowie
This rifle takes a standard mil-spec M4 type configured rifle and upgrades it to have everything the modern fighting rifle needs. All of the parts selected are top quality, light weight, and designed to take the abuse of a true field rifle. The components selected are also completely drop-in parts that require no gunsmithing. If something breaks in the field - all standard M4 type parts and components can be installed. Some of the upgrades include a free floated Daniel Defense Omega Rail, chrome bolt carrier group, spare bolt carrier parts, and a simple sling and flash light system.
$229.95
$2000.00
Jeff Prather War Bowie
The PUG - Practical Ugly Gun
Warriorschool Coin
.223 Remington A-Zoom Snap Caps
Snap Caps, or Dummy Rounds are a great way to save money and improve weapons handling skills... Dummy rounds give the shooter the chance to maintain proficiency with a low cost, easy on the schedule approach. Immediate action drills, remedial action drills, wounded fire techniques, draw and presentation smoothness all require a high level of repetition to maintain synaptic responses that are smooth and precise. Furthermore, the single most prevalent flaw that reduces a shooter’s accuracy is an incorrect trigger squeeze. Incorporating dummy rounds during live fire training gives the shooter direct feedback for trigger squeeze refinement. Whether incorporated into your live fire regiment, or in strictly dry fire training in the comfort of your garage, dummy rounds are an essential element of your training program.


At Warriorschool we don’t sell it, if we haven’t tested it. Warriorschool’s realistic training environment provides ideal conditions to conduct product testing. Manufacturers frankly cannot afford to conduct true durability testing on their products, because of the high cost associated with the time commitment and the ammo expenditure durability testing requires. Therefore, they pass that risk on to you, the end user of their product. Warriorschool reduces that risk for you by testing our retail products in the severe environment of our desert tactical courses. If the product doesn’t measure up, then we don’t offer it for sale.
Lyman product dummy rounds have proven to be the superior choice for dry fire training. Lyman dummy rounds are made of solid, machined aluminum and include a small plastic insert to absorb the firing pin shock. Other dummy rounds we have tested include molded solid plastic, combination metal casing and plastic dummy rounds, hand loaded dummy rounds with no powder or primer, and of course the spent casing dummy round.


Molded plastic dummy rounds do not feed well. They lack the mass to flow with the function of the weapon and tend to bounce around causing a failure to feed malfunction, which defeats the ability to test trigger squeeze. In addition the plastic wears out quickly as the extractor chews away the rim after a few repetitions. Metal casing and plastic bullet dummy rounds function fairly well, but have a serious flaw: Eventually with age, the plastic tip of the rifle bullet breaks off and can lodge in the action, or worse in the barrel. Similarly with the pistol rounds, the plastic bullet is occasionally loosened from the casing and lodges in the barrel. This is an extreme safety hazard because follow up with a live round can explode the weapon causing serious injury, or a destroyed gun. Hand loaded dummy rounds can have the same serious problem: they bullet is eventually dislodged from the crimp and left in the barrel of the gun. Using spent casings as dummy rounds deliver poor feeding in the function of the weapon, and defeat the development of smooth synaptic response weapons handling.


As a result of highly successful in-house testing, Warriorschool is proud to offer Lyman dummy rounds for sale in our store. Regular use of these dummy rounds will substantially improve your accuracy, and your skill at arms. The money you invest in the use of dummy rounds in your training will be easily recouped by reducing the amount of live fire training needed. After incorporating Lyman dummy rounds in your training, please send us your feedback as to how well they worked for you. You can purchase Lyman Snap Caps/Dummy Rounds in Warriorschool’s Store.
$10.00
9mm Luger A-Zoom Snap Caps $15.28 for a package of 5 (plus $5.15 shipping and handling)
9mm Luger A-Zoom Snap Caps
.223 Remington A-Zoom Snap Caps $8.98 for a package of 2 (plus $5.15 shipping and handling)
$10.00
Snap Caps, or Dummy Rounds are a great way to save money and improve weapons handling skills.

ummy rounds give the shooter the chance to maintain proficiency with a low cost, easy on the schedule approach. Immediate action drills, remedial action drills, wounded fire techniques, draw and presentation smoothness all require a high level of repetition to maintain synaptic responses that are smooth and precise. Furthermore, the single most prevalent flaw that reduces a shooter’s accuracy is an incorrect trigger squeeze. Incorporating dummy rounds during live fire training gives the shooter direct feedback for trigger squeeze refinement. Whether incorporated into your live fire regiment, or in strictly dry fire training in the comfort of your garage, dummy rounds are an essential element of your training program.


At Warriorschool we don’t sell it, if we haven’t tested it. Warriorschool’s realistic training environment provides ideal conditions to conduct product testing. Manufacturers frankly cannot afford to conduct true durability testing on their products, because of the high cost associated with the time commitment and the ammo expenditure durability testing requires. Therefore, they pass that risk on to you, the end user of their product. Warriorschool reduces that risk for you by testing our retail products in the severe environment of our desert tactical courses. If the product doesn’t measure up, then we don’t offer it for sale.
Lyman product dummy rounds have proven to be the superior choice for dry fire training. Lyman dummy rounds are made of solid, machined aluminum and include a small plastic insert to absorb the firing pin shock. Other dummy rounds we have tested include molded solid plastic, combination metal casing and plastic dummy rounds, hand loaded dummy rounds with no powder or primer, and of course the spent casing dummy round.


Molded plastic dummy rounds do not feed well. They lack the mass to flow with the function of the weapon and tend to bounce around causing a failure to feed malfunction, which defeats the ability to test trigger squeeze. In addition the plastic wears out quickly as the extractor chews away the rim after a few repetitions. Metal casing and plastic bullet dummy rounds function fairly well, but have a serious flaw: Eventually with age, the plastic tip of the rifle bullet breaks off and can lodge in the action, or worse in the barrel. Similarly with the pistol rounds, the plastic bullet is occasionally loosened from the casing and lodges in the barrel. This is an extreme safety hazard because follow up with a live round can explode the weapon causing serious injury, or a destroyed gun. Hand loaded dummy rounds can have the same serious problem: they bullet is eventually dislodged from the crimp and left in the barrel of the gun. Using spent casings as dummy rounds deliver poor feeding in the function of the weapon, and defeat the development of smooth synaptic response weapons handling.


As a result of highly successful in-house testing, Warriorschool is proud to offer Lyman dummy rounds for sale in our store. Regular use of these dummy rounds will substantially improve your accuracy, and your skill at arms. The money you invest in the use of dummy rounds in your training will be easily recouped by reducing the amount of live fire training needed. After incorporating Lyman dummy rounds in your training, please send us your feedback as to how well they worked for you. You can purchase Lyman Snap Caps/Dummy Rounds in Warriorschool’s Store.
.223 Brass $29.00 for a package of 500
.223 Brass $29.00 for a package of 500 (plus shipping and handling)
$29.00
Snap Caps, or Dummy Rounds are a great way to save money and improve weapons handling skills.

Dummy rounds give the shooter the chance to maintain proficiency with a low cost, easy on the schedule approach. Immediate action drills, remedial action drills, wounded fire techniques, draw and presentation smoothness all require a high level of repetition to maintain synaptic responses that are smooth and precise. Furthermore, the single most prevalent flaw that reduces a shooter’s accuracy is an incorrect trigger squeeze. Incorporating dummy rounds during live fire training gives the shooter direct feedback for trigger squeeze refinement. Whether incorporated into your live fire regiment, or in strictly dry fire training in the comfort of your garage, dummy rounds are an essential element of your training program.


At Warriorschool we don’t sell it, if we haven’t tested it. Warriorschool’s realistic training environment provides ideal conditions to conduct product testing. Manufacturers frankly cannot afford to conduct true durability testing on their products, because of the high cost associated with the time commitment and the ammo expenditure durability testing requires. Therefore, they pass that risk on to you, the end user of their product. Warriorschool reduces that risk for you by testing our retail products in the severe environment of our desert tactical courses. If the product doesn’t measure up, then we don’t offer it for sale.
Lyman product dummy rounds have proven to be the superior choice for dry fire training. Lyman dummy rounds are made of solid, machined aluminum and include a small plastic insert to absorb the firing pin shock. Other dummy rounds we have tested include molded solid plastic, combination metal casing and plastic dummy rounds, hand loaded dummy rounds with no powder or primer, and of course the spent casing dummy round.


Molded plastic dummy rounds do not feed well. They lack the mass to flow with the function of the weapon and tend to bounce around causing a failure to feed malfunction, which defeats the ability to test trigger squeeze. In addition the plastic wears out quickly as the extractor chews away the rim after a few repetitions. Metal casing and plastic bullet dummy rounds function fairly well, but have a serious flaw: Eventually with age, the plastic tip of the rifle bullet breaks off and can lodge in the action, or worse in the barrel. Similarly with the pistol rounds, the plastic bullet is occasionally loosened from the casing and lodges in the barrel. This is an extreme safety hazard because follow up with a live round can explode the weapon causing serious injury, or a destroyed gun. Hand loaded dummy rounds can have the same serious problem: they bullet is eventually dislodged from the crimp and left in the barrel of the gun. Using spent casings as dummy rounds deliver poor feeding in the function of the weapon, and defeat the development of smooth synaptic response weapons handling.


As a result of highly successful in-house testing, Warriorschool is proud to offer Lyman dummy rounds for sale in our store. Regular use of these dummy rounds will substantially improve your accuracy, and your skill at arms. The money you invest in the use of dummy rounds in your training will be easily recouped by reducing the amount of live fire training needed. After incorporating Lyman dummy rounds in your training, please send us your feedback as to how well they worked for you. You can purchase Lyman Snap Caps/Dummy Rounds in Warriorschool’s Store.
9mm Luger Brass $14.50 for a package of 500
9mm Luger Brass $14.50 for a package of 500 (plus shipping and handling)
$14.50
Once fired, uncleaned, head stamp may vary (Federal, Remington, Speer, Magtech, and others) bag of 500 pieces.

 
 
Master Jeff Prather
Phone:520-241-7690
Email: jeff@gunfightingsite.com


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