The U.S. Navy SEAL’s are considered the most elite combat group in the world. They are trained by the best in order to be the best. Now, anyone who wants to learn exactly what it takes to shoot like those elite warriors can in a new bestselling book released by one of their top trainers, retired Chief Petty Officer Chris Sajnog. The book, titled “How to Shoot Like a Navy SEAL,” offers all the inside tips, tricks and advice that Chris uses in his courses to turn experts into legends.
“I love teaching and I’m excited to share my 20 plus years of firearms experience in this book and give people the guidance they need in order to take their shooting to the next level,” explains Chris, author of the book and special operations training expert. “The book that contains all the information people need in order to shoot like a Navy SEAL, but after that it’s up to you to practice.”
Guns have become a hot topic in the media, especially where legislation is concerned, recent mass shootings, movies, and other related topics. This media sensationalism often makes people fearful of anything to do with guns. But the more people know about the safety and expert training on how to properly use them, the more comfortable they will feel. Chris’s book helps to curb some of those fears, as well as provide people with the information they need to have a better understanding of military tacticals.
Chief Sajnog is a former lead sniper instructor, certified master training specialist, BUD/S and advanced training marksmanship instructor, and was hand selected to help develop the curriculum used by the U.S. Navy SEAL sniper training program. He’s currently the President/CEO of Center Mass Group, LLC; a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business located in San Diego, Calif. Center Mass Group teaches elite level firearms and tactics courses to the military, law enforcement and civilians.
The book is a detailed training manual on firearms safety, combat marksmanship fundamentals, how to plan your training and includes links to exclusive training videos where you can see the author demonstrating the techniques. No other “book” on shooting has ever come so close to having your own instructor one-on-one.
“I can’t tell you how many people I meet that ask me how they can improve their shooting,” added Sajnog. “That’s what this book is all about – answering that question. If you want to know what it takes to make accurate shots in any high-stress situation, check it out and advance your shooting no matter what your skill level.”
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