Thoughts on Firearms Tactics and Training

Thoughts on Firearms Tactics and Training by noted firearms instructor, writer, and security consultant Christopher L Eger is a collection of more than 50 articles covering firearms training, tactics, interesting weapons and ammunition, and survival in a modern time. It offers fresh and unique perspective to help you survive and carry forward. More

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About Christopher Eger

Christopher Eger comes from a long and varied background in both corporate and public training. Formerly holding the role of a Corporate Trainer with a fortune 100 company for several years, having previously worked for one of the top ten defense contractors in the country as well as being a onetime law enforcement officer and military man, he deeply appreciates the intricacies that interlink Global business and economic perspectives to any organization.

Christopher has performed and supervised incumbent new hires as well as current employees in the training delivery of safety, workplace violence, sexual harassment, circular interviewing, leadership skills, legal and liability issues, coaching for success, labor relations with and without collective bargaining, the art of customer service, workplace ergonomics, small team leadership, detailed mission planning, cultural awareness, advanced communications operations, preventive and corrective maintenance programs, Information Operations, workplace Counter-Drug (CD) Operations and other subjects as needed. He has extensively handled employee training and implementation of hazardous materials handling, fire prevention/emergency evacuation plans, safety awareness, life safety, facility safety inspections, accident investigations and air quality plans. He is a certified OC delivery trainer, hold four baton instructor certifications, is a scholar of Bartitsu, and NRA certified rifle, pistol, and firearms safety instructor.

While a corporate trainer, his Learning Services team was recognized as a Top 100 Training organization by Training Magazine over the course of three consecutive years. They were recognized in 2005 by CLO Magazine as a “Practice Gold Award” winner for “Achieving Impact & Leading Business Change” - He also wrote and collaborated with the Learning Services group to provide training presentations and materials. With his background in customized training initiatives, he is uniquely qualified to design and produce training materials and standardized best practices for your organization.

He is a modern hoplologist, which is a scholar of weapons and weapons systems. He has completed numerous military and factory Armorer’s courses to qualify him in the complete repair and upgrade of all light weapons in the US military inventory to include pistols, shotguns, sniper rifles, and machine guns. He has researched and extensively written on the subject of both lethal and non-lethal weapons from the ancient to the modern world.

His more than 400 articles and essays appear online and in print format with the Burda Media Group where he is under contract as the Military History Feature Writer. Christopher is also the head of military history writing at The Dark Paladin Bookseller, an Associate writer for History Times, the newsletter Combat Forums and the online magazine Helium. Pacific Radio News featured Christopher on air discussing subject of weapons systems and military history and a German language documentary on U-352 called in his assistance with research for their program. The journal Strike First, Strike Fast serialized his previous work. He also serves as a consultant and writer for Firearms, Eye Spy Intelligence Magazine, Military Historian and Collector, and Warship International.

On his day job, he is a supervisor in the Protective Forces industry field to a contractor that serves as a security consultant to the US federal government.

He has published several short stories in previous anthologies. Last Stand on Zombie Island, Christopher’s first fiction novel, is set for release in the spring of 2012. You can follow his blog at

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