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Dav Harzin

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  1. this is new mexico roll call , there are several groups here . some are active most are not . My advice check these out and join both then you get more options for training / meetings etc TTPO The three percent originals the main website here https://www.thethreepercenters.org/ get on the forum here https://forum.thethreepercenters.org/index.php?r=user%2Fauth%2Flogin fill out the NM state form here https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd-WKZ5P-fMB3_UreTxwoBwa-1o_zzJ_OIRxK2X7fIjH_icLg/viewform NMCG new mexico civil guard https://www.facebook.com/NMCIVILGUARD/
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  5. I see this across all groups.....A good problem indeed.
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  7. A modern army uses over ten people to support one combat solder in the field. The militia will need even more.
  8. TX2Guns: Armed Citizen Corner: Train Like a Samurai (10 Arrows) Practice doesn’t make perfect. Practice makes PERMANENT. You’ve heard a lot of advice on different training philosophies – ways to maximize the results you achieve. The fact is, desultory training (grunts: desultory) is a waste of time, ammunition and money. It may get you killed. Read this and pay attention. Mad Duo (grunts: desultory) Train like a samurai: 10 Arrows When I was I kid, I was a huge history buff. I was captivated by one of the most cyclical events which occur in human history—the phenomenon of war. Throughout history, you can easily identify warrior cultures and those which were not. The warrior cultures would eventually claim the less brutal and strategic of peoples, taking their land and resources for their own. One of the cultures I admired then, and still do today is the ancient samurai of feudal Japan. As a teenager, preparing to leave my home to serve in the military, I read every book I could find on how the Samurai lived, trained and fought. Having fought the Japanese in world war two, my grandfather retained a deep rooted hatred for the country until the day he died. In a way, this open animosity drew me closer to my studies. .......... https://www.americanpartisan.org/2020/06/tx2guns-armed-citizen-corner-train-like-a-samurai-10-arrows/
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