The Shoot House is an alien environment, and for a lot of reasons. Most of us receive our training on a Square Range. In the Shoot House life is dramatically different. Targets may be anywhere. That means 360 degrees, as well as up / down. You may also be with other people that are moving with you. Not to mention low light conditions. Pat Rogers, founder of EAG Tactical and retired Marine and Sgt in NYPD, takes you through all the fundamentals and techniques needed to build a solid foundation for shoot house work. Pat reviews team safety, making ready, movement in the house, dealing with doors and doorways, hallways, entering a room, communication, low light conditions, multiple room entry, and more. If your line of work puts you in harm’s way and you need to be able to safely clear a house as part of a two man team, this is a must have video.