Tag: Training

POTD: Heckler & Koch UMP 9mm FX

POTD: Heckler & Koch UMP 9mm FX

We have been publishing the Photo Of The Day articles for years. Our focus is on firearms, sometimes a new product, a classic or one in the hands of soldiers or sports shooters. Sometimes the pictures work just like pieces of art, and today is close and far away from...

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POTD: Combat Pistol Excellence-in-Competition at NGMTC

POTD: Combat Pistol Excellence-in-Competition at NGMTC

As usual, we have selected some pictures for you today. By this time you know it, it’s TFB’s Photo Of The Day to keep you in a good mood. Get a coffee, take a break and enjoy a few minutes with these images. Here we have U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Michael Dalton, National...

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POTD: Marine Corps Marksmanship Championship Practice

POTD: Marine Corps Marksmanship Championship Practice

The hungriest beast of them all on this blog is our Photo Of The Day. It consumes hundreds of images every month, and it has been doing so for over 8 years with no intention of stopping. Here we have U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. John Glomba in a shooting position you don’t...

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POTD: German Bundeswehr On Skis

POTD: German Bundeswehr On Skis

Are you a good skier? Are you a good skier and a good shooter? If not, you will find plenty of inspiration in today’s Photo Of The Day where we have pictures of German Bundeswehr soldiers skiing and shooting. I would advise you to start with a normal rifle or carbine...

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ZEN Technologies Infantry Training Simulators

ZEN Technologies Infantry Training Simulators

ZEN Technologies is an Indian-based company with offices in USA and UAE that is specialized in designing training simulators for armies (small arms, ATGM, AAD and even tank and IFV simulators) and combat training solutions for the training of defense and security...

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POTD: SIG Sauer P229R DAK

POTD: SIG Sauer P229R DAK

In our Photo Of The Day we visit the Coast Guard Base in Honolulu to take a closer look at the SIG Sauer P229R DAK pistol in action. DAK stands for Double Action Kellerman and according to Wikipedia, the Kellerman action is “a variant of traditional double-action used...

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