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Surviving The Coming Apocalypse with Tactical Expert James Yeager

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Published on Jun 4, 2012

Alex co-hosts with a breakdown of events and important developments at the Bilderberg confab over the weekend while Mike Adams mans the mike in Austin. Mike talks with James Yeager, the CEO of Tactical Response and Tactical Response Gear.
http://www.tacticalresponse.com/

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Franklin Bohanan
I dont know what the big deal is with this guy and why everyone is on his nuts... I cant speak for everyone just my self. I am a Army vet served for 6 years all which the 2/75th I have trained with the best of the best and what he talks about is what it is. Why is everyone worried about discrediting this guy. If maybe you would pay attention you can learn from him. We are all not perfect and neither am I. I have Hundreds if not thousands of hours training and believe it or not I still make mistakes. And you cant show me one person that dont! If you dont like what he has to say or what he does... cool push the next button and stop talking about a guy that is trying to help you! just my 2 cents!
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TheDorian120723
James Yeager is the best dude in firearms training...nuff said
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Big Willy
James is an acquired taste.  I first heard of him when the pack your bags vid went viral.  Being a newer gun owner I checked out some of his vids, subscribed to him and consider myself a supporter now, although it took a while.  If you put egos & personality issues aside and listen to the man... he has a lot of knowledge to offer.  He is genuine.
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Frederiko Clefton
too bad yeager is a joke.
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John Cole
I would not trust my life to any handgun other than my Ruger SR1911, 3500 rounds in and no malfunctions ftf fte nothing. Just a smooth running gun.
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Religion LOL
James could pick an apple from a cherry tree and still make the best lemonade you have ever tasted.
Rowland Thomas
He is NOT highly respected! He is a Glock fanboy, hothead, and has an ego bigger than Kanye West!
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gymowner123
I truly wish that people would stop listening to this guy. He knows no more about guns than any normal shooter who has been active in the hobby for 3 year or more. His trainees will be among the first casualties as a little bit of knowledge, "a few hour course" isn't going to give anyone enough ability's to stay safer or survive longer than someone who I can instruct for a half an hour verbally. How far can they run loaded down with 50 lbs of gear at full speed or carry a family member while shooting? The shape and health of these guys who think that taking a course for a weekend is indeed scary but a good way to make money. Perhaps getting them to be able to run for 45 minutes and do so while being able to carry on a conversation along with strength exercises and weight management would be the first thing on the list. Standing and shooting a weapon with no pressure is something that just about any well coordinated person can do with little instruction.
Super Hero Suprise
I know how James Yeager would survive the apocalypse / collapse... He'd find the biggest ditch he could to HIDE in. Then surround it with his legions of weekend warrior "trainees" to become a wall of bullet sponges for his highness. He's all talk and would NEVER really stand up to any real threat of tyranny. Blah blah blah what a self aggrandizing mental midget.
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Zach Armstrong
Please get james back on again.
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