BONUS Interview:

Improve your shooting with the mantis

Jul 21, 2021 | Podcast | 0 comments

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The Mantis is a family of firearms training tools that work for live and dry fire.

Learn how the Mantis gives feedback to help shooters and instructors at all levels in this interview with Austin Allgaier. Mantis is a product that we really believe in and we encourage novice and advanced shooters alike to use the Mantis to take their firearms proficiency to the next level. Hear about ways it can help you in this bonus episode. 

Find out more at MantisX.Com

Special thanks to Mantis for being a sponsor of the podcast!




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