Published on Feb 2, 2012Navy Seal sniper Chris Kyle stops by to talk about his new book "American Sniper".
Tag: craft international
January 1, 2015tacflow
AUG TACFLOW™ SACP Combat Pistol Course in Phoenix, AZ for Craft International We had a fantastic group of students out to Ben Avery Shooting Facility in Phoenix, AZ. Everyone came ready to learn and had a fun, safe weekend of training. Students traveled from as far north as Canada and as far south as Mexico City to brave the desert heat.Instructed by Rigo Durazo and Randy DeHayWant to join the next SACP Combat Pistol Course? Check out our schedule page to find out when and where this and other classes are coming up next!TACFLOW™ SACP Combat Pistol Course The TACFLOW Structural Alignment ... Read More
August 28, 2014tacflow
SOFREP- Chris Kyle’s Craft International Trains Snipers in a Canadian Football Stadium By J Wade
"Activities in the BC Place Stadium located in downtown Vancouver were set aside recently to let the Vancouver Police Department snipers train with the instructors of Craft International LLC, co-founded by Chris Kyle. The training helps ensure the criminals will lose the game on a third and final down.In recent years, SWAT teams and Emergency Response Teams across Canada have begun training with consulting and training providers, who are mostly owned by ex-military operators from across the globe, on tactics used by the military. This gives them the edge against a growing numbers of both criminals and potential terrorists. We ... Read More
February 20, 2014tacflow
Structural Alignment Combative Principles – SACP – Advanced Carbine Course/ JAN 2014 Instructed by Dan Herman, Rigo Durazo, and Edward Morales Tacflow partnered with Craft InternationalWe want to send a huge THANK YOU to our friends at TangoDown for supplying gear and prizes for last week’s course! We would also like to thank S.O.D. Gear for the bad ass clothing. Your gear is outstanding! For more information on this or any of our courses, email email@example.com The first in a series of 2 custom course we put together for an SF group.
January 31, 2014tacflow
CRAFT International Civilian Memorial Shoot Out There were record lows in store for the students who braved the snow, ice, and stinging wind to make it out to the CRAFT International Civilian Memorial Shoot Out!Rigo Durazo, Randy DeHay and Jeff Kranz all taught blocks for those who made it through the storm[ux_slider arrows="true" bullets="true" auto_slide="true" nav_color="dark"][/ux_slider]
December 19, 2013tacflow
We were asked to teach at this year's SNIPERFEST for the 4th year in a row. Rigo Durazo and Edward Morales taught a block on rifle combatives while Mark Lang from Craft International spoke on public venue sniper call outs.Thank you to the MCSO Posse for another great year![ux_slider timer="4500" arrows="true" bullets="true" auto_slide="true" nav_color="dark"][/ux_slider]
November 22, 2013tacflow
We were happy to be able to come hang out with all our Arizona LE at the 4th Annual ATOA Conference.This year we were able to talk John Wayne Walding, (3rd Special Forces Group - Owner of Five Toes Customs- all around great American!) to come give a debrief on his experience during Operation Commando Wrath, better known as the battle of Shok Valley.If you don't know who JW is, watch this video to get an idea.... and then head over to www.5toescustom.com to check out his custom rifle work!
October 21, 2013tacflow
by Mark Lang Officer.com At the completion of this article another terrorist attack has taken the lives of fellow Americans at a major sporting event. These particular cowards who attacked us ran, but ultimately were dealt with by the fine efforts of the Boston-area law enforcement. Sporting events and venues are and will continue to be an attractive target until we get serious about securing them on a consistent basis. It’s a huge undertaking, no doubt, but isn’t one life worth it?Football games, ice hockey, NASCAR racing...every day our friends and family attend events like these with an expectation of safety and ... Read More
May 15, 2013Mark Lang
“Arkansas State Police and Little Rock and North Little Rock SWAT team members return from sniper positions around War Memorial Stadium during a Police Sniper Response to a Public Venue training session on Wednesday. Police sniper instructors from Craft International of Dallas led the group of Arkansas law enforcement members in a training event at the stadium.”
April 3, 2013tacflow
Article- Rigo Durazo teaches at Sniperfest by Cameron Hopkins Instructor Rigo Durazo, Owner of TACFLOW and Lead Instructor for Craft International- instructed one of the 2011 Sniperfest training blocks put on by the MCSO Posse in AZ. The event was covered on local news stations, as well as written up in several publications. An excerpt from the article in Surefire's Combat Tactics Magazine is below, with a link to the full article .pdf. "In a similar vein, another training block offered weapon retentions and hand-to-hand-combat instruction from noted martial arts pioneer Rigo Durazo, who offered a training block focused on hand-to-hand transitions while ... Read More
August 30, 2012tacflow
During the summer of 2011, Rigo Durazo and members of the original Craft International training team including Chris Kyle, Rich Emberlin, Nathan Merithew, Steven Young, and Bo French, spent part of their summer doing a photo shoot for the 5.11 Tactical article. Guns, dirt, heat, and laughs. Those were fun times.
July 1, 2011tacflow
We were invited to speak at a Diamondback Tactical operator's event at 2011 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, NVSpeakers for Craft International included Chris Kyle, USN (SEAL), one of the top snipers in the history of American Armed Forces. This was the last SHOT Show before his New York Times number one bestselling book "American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History" came out.Rigo Durazo spoke for Tacflow, Craft's preferred combative provider.
January 23, 2011tacflow
Rigo Durazo and a team from Craft International taught at the 2010 Arizona Sniperfest hosted by Maricopa County Sheriffs Office.
December 27, 2010tacflow