Boyette Solutions

Boyette Solutions We are a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) That specializes in education on PDW's
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Our specialty is implementation of IBM MaaS360 to secure your companies mobile devices from smart phones to tablets to laptops. Filling the gap between your mobile service provider, IBM MaaS360 and what your goals are with success.

This letter shows what quality training provides for a person. We can learn a lot from this mans situation.
07/09/2019

This letter shows what quality training provides for a person.

We can learn a lot from this mans situation.

An email from last week. Vehicle construction and manufacturing trends play an important role in our interaction with them. Side laminate glass is no exception and presents added complications in rescue situations.

“Will,

On 05/20/2019 at approximately 1007 hours I was driving my Ford F 150 unmarked unit down a narrow two lane road ( that sounds like a country song). We just left a SWAT callout so I didn’t have on a shirt that had any sheriff’s markings on it, just khaki pants and a black undershirt and a pistol on my hip. As I driving down the road I noticed my shirt sliding off the seat so I reached over to grab it and it was at this time I noticed the road made a sharp turn to the left, no road signage or curve indicators were observed.
At this time I exited the roadway on the right, there was no shoulder only wet grass, and I began to slide attempting to maintain control of the truck. I managed to steer the vehicle between a telephone pole on the left and a tree on the right, only to find myself heading towards a very large canal which was about half full of water at the time. The truck then struck the concrete area covering a large culvert and finally came to a stop. (I swear it reminded me of a commercial where the vehicle is teetering on edge and a bird lands on the vehicle and it falls off the cliff!!!) Anyway the truck falls off the edge and lands in the bottom of the canal on the roof which causes 6 airbags to deploy at the same time inside the cab of the truck, however the steering wheel airbag didn’t deploy and all of my windows were rolled up at the time. As the truck landed upside down something struck me in my face ( breaking my nose) and my handgun which was in a Safariland paddle holster came off my hip. I did not have my seat belt on, probably a good thing because I would have wound up being upside down with my head under water. So one of things that really surprised me was how dark it was inside the truck, with all the air bags deployed blocking the windows and the dark water that I was now submerged under I also noticed that the water was now nipple deep inside the cab. So here I am standing on my headliner and windshield with my head near the bottom of the seat, I can barely see out of my left eye which is leaking and my right one got smoked with something, my nose is bleeding, my mouth is bleeding and I can hardly breath due to the amount of airbag dust that is now in this compressed air environment. I didn’t know how much time I had left inside the vehicle due to the water rising and I didn’t know the extent of my injuries either.
I attended VCQB Instructor in November of last year and was informed and trained on how to handle Laminated glass by you personally. I started feeling around for my pistol cause I knew I was going to have to perforate the glass and shoot my way out as the door would not open, I guess from water pressure and the weight of the vehicle pushing down into the soft bottom of the canal. After searching for a few minutes I couldn’t find my handgun but I did find my 9mm Colt Sub gun, which was unloaded. It was actually laying on the back floor board under the rear fold down seat it is what probably hit me in the face breaking my nose and jacking up my right eye. My Daniel Defense SWAT rifle was also in the same place as my sub gun but I could not locate my “big gun” to get it up!! I paused for a moment thanking SWAT Jesus for letting me find my small rifle and I thought about what I was going to do next. I stuck the sub gun between my legs and pulled my folding pocket knife which was clipped to my left pocket went under water to cut the air bag away. I think I had to do it in two attempts. I came back up and folded the knife and stuck it back in my pocket, I didn’t know if I would need it again. After cutting the air bag away from the window, I went back under water and began using the muzzle of my Colt to break the glass in order to plan my escape. Obviously you know how laminate glass works and the rifle only made small fist size holes in the glass. I shoved it through numerous times all the way pass the front sight and up to the hand guard all the while cutting my left hand continuously. I think I may have gone under water 3 times to break away enough of the glass, I was also using my hands and feet to break and push more glass out of the way until I made a big enough hole to get my narrow ass through. I came up for air again and dropped my rifle, I couldn’t find it. I was holding onto the glass with my right hand and I remember the airbag dust was relentless I was coughing and spitting and bleeding all at the same time and I knew that I had to get out NOW before I passed out. I went back under and pulled my right hand through the hole I made and reached out and grabbed a large limb on the outside of the truck (at that moment I was praying I wouldn’t grab a snake or something). I pulled myself through the window and back to the surface and fresh air. I leaned on the side of overturned truck and noticed the blood leaking from my hands and face onto the side of the vehicle and thought man this would be a terrible place to pass out so I climbed on top the truck and began waving at people to stop and help, which no one would I climbed off the truck and up the embankment of the muddy grassy canal and stood in the roadway until someone stopped, although Several people passed by, I guess they didn’t wanna stop for a bloody white guy that looked like a mix between Walking Dead and Swamp thing. A lady finally stopped and I was able to call for help on her phone at approximately 1040 hours. Thinking of the time frame I would say that I was inside the vehicle approximately 20 – 25 minutes give or take a few minutes, it only took about 2-3 minutes to get from the red light where I sent a text to the crash site and it took a few minutes to climb on top of the truck and climb up the ditch to flag someone down.
Everything I did was with a purpose and without hesitation and I am forever thankful for the information and training you provided me with to save my own life. YOU are saving peoples lives out here Will, so keep doing what your doing brother.
Sgt. Jason Ransome
East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office
Firearms Training Unit
SWAT/MARTAC”

We’re glad you’re alive man!

Great information from Defensive Concepts North Carolina on light use in structures.
07/08/2019
You Gotta Be Able to Go Both Ways When the Lights Are Out | Defensive Concepts North Carolina

Great information from Defensive Concepts North Carolina on light use in structures.

Any time we teach one of our Lowlight Handgun or Home Defense (Handgun) courses we make sure we tell students that they need to have a “right” side technique and a “left” side technique when they are using a handheld light. Right/left generally refers to which side of the gun we have the lig...

Our EDC GPS Watch article is up. This is a great product to own if you ever want to travel nationally or internationally...
07/03/2019
EDC Traveling: Using a GPS Watch | Boyette Solutions | PDW Academy

Our EDC GPS Watch article is up. This is a great product to own if you ever want to travel nationally or internationally and find your way.

The Suunto Alpha Traverse GPS Watch brings together all the aspects a modern self-reliant person needs for EDC. From emergency route planning, get home routes,

Next course is ready for for you. If you have any questions please let me know.
03/26/2019

Next course is ready for for you. If you have any questions please let me know.

@rugersofficial 9mm PCC outfitted with @trijicon RMR, @streamlightinc TLR-7 and a @czusafirearms Scorpion Evo with @sb.t...
03/25/2019

@rugersofficial 9mm PCC outfitted with @trijicon RMR, @streamlightinc TLR-7 and a @czusafirearms Scorpion Evo with @sb.tactical brace, TLR-1 and @aimpointusa M68.

PDW - AR15 Training review 23-24 March, 2019I would like to run some numbers for you all so you can see how well the cou...
03/25/2019

PDW - AR15 Training review 23-24 March, 2019

I would like to run some numbers for you all so you can see how well the course went and understand the level of competence the students are at. Each student was aware of the condition of their firearm and maintained personal firearm safety to the proper level. On Saturday the PDW Course was four students, each student shot about 500 rounds each in 6 hours. On Sunday, two students for the AR-15 Owners Course shot about 350 rounds of ammunition in 3 hours. That is a total of 3000 rounds shot is 9 hours of training by us seven “including me and my demos” or 333.33 rounds an hour with no injuries or firearm safety violations. Thank you for being so proactive!

PDW Course
The class started on time and finished 45 min’s early while following all points outlined in the posted syllabus for this course.

Firearms used: 2x CZ Scorpions 9mm, 1x Ruger PCC 9mm, 1x Kriss Vector 45 Auto

Optics: Trijicon RMR, EO Tech, Aimpoint, Halosun

Firearm Malfunctions: None

Skill development drills: Shooting out to 100yds, manual of arms, high-low ready, standing, kneeling, supine prone, controlled pairs, Triple taps, Mozambique, Anti-armor, Highsmith, Set it Off, Trifection

Qualification shot: FBI SWAT Submachinegun, North Carolina Justice Academy Submachinegun

AR-15 Owners Course
The class started on time and finished 15 minutes past scheduled time, the posted syllabus was followed.

Firearms used: 1x home build, 1x S&W M&P-15
Optics: Burris RDS, Aimpoint RDS

Firearm Malfunctions: 1 Home built rifle had a failure to extract steel cased 55grn ammunition.

Skill development drills: rhythm of fire, zero at 200yds, engagement to 550yds, spotting bullet trace with spotting scope, flash sight picture, trigger reset, 2,3,4 round shot strings, mechanical offset.

Qualification shot: NONE

Every students Take home’s: Certificate of completion, Alumni challenge coin, 36 page practice drill book of pistol - carbine - PDW shooting drills.

Thank you for all who attended.

John

03/23/2019

@divisionarmsllc running the @czusafirearms #scorpion_evo at 100yds during our #pdw course today.

03/05/2019
Indiana by Brian Thornton

Great video teaching techniques of a speed loader and a wheel gun!

Brian Thornton - In 1988 it was common in Indiana for recruits and ranks to train with a speedloader. We've found the training video and it's fascinating.-

02/26/2019

For anyone who has not trained with me I am not a classroom power point kind of trainer. We do it live on the range. I talk you through the task, demo it, then coach you. Once you show a level of basic skill, I stack the next task, never leaving the other task behind.

As the day goes on each task is stacked on-top of the other to build a set of skills to form a foundation.

When you leave the training I will give you a set of tasks to practice your new found skills to gain a even better level of use.

What can you do? I am sending a card, my daughter is going to help me fill it out tomorrow.
02/22/2019

What can you do? I am sending a card, my daughter is going to help me fill it out tomorrow.

Our March classes are filling up! The PDW course is half full, the AR Owners and Unorthodox Positions are both limited t...
02/11/2019
Boyette Solutions | PDW Academy

Our March classes are filling up! The PDW course is half full, the AR Owners and Unorthodox Positions are both limited to only six shooters. IF you want to train in march, lock in your slot! www.boyettesolutions.com

Personal Defense Weapon focused training. Best in class live fire training in North Carolina. Educational articles, How too videos and honest evaluations of equipment.

02/06/2019

By request from many students we are now offering two more classes.

Unorthodox Positions

Not all self defense situations play out in typical shooting positions. This course focuses on making the uncomfortable manageable and accurate.

and

Carbine Owners Course
The objective of this course is for a student to receive a professional tune up of ones skills out to 200yds running a carbine | SBR | braced pistol.​

https://www.boyettesolutions.com/training

We have some great content fir our first week. Please join our FB group and get in on the discussion. Link in profile
02/02/2019

We have some great content fir our first week. Please join our FB group and get in on the discussion. Link in profile

We have started a new FB group. Attached is the image. This is not a location to push our events and info. Its a group c...
01/30/2019

We have started a new FB group. Attached is the image. This is not a location to push our events and info. Its a group community for like mined people focused on training and self-defense topics.

01/29/2019

I wanted to ask if there is a need for a tight focus of live fire training. The scope is, small groups 4 students in a 2 hour scheduled window of range time. Are any of these topics of interest to you in this context?

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01/09/2019

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01/07/2019

#mpx life repost from Daniel Horner

01/06/2019

Working with @divisionarmsllc today. First cut of our website background video.

That #PDW life even in games. @ubisoft @ghostrecon_us #ghostreconwildlands
01/04/2019

That #PDW life even in games. @ubisoft @ghostrecon_us #ghostreconwildlands

01/03/2019

CZ firearms - Ceska zbrojovka @czusafirearms the Innovative Arms, LLC intergraded Scorpion suppresser is a great design!

Old School 1980's SAS. Notice a work gun needs a white light. The SureFire Lifestyle handguard helps date some of the im...
01/03/2019

Old School 1980's SAS. Notice a work gun needs a white light. The SureFire Lifestyle handguard helps date some of the images. So does the lack of IR lasers. The use of teargas was a staple of gen 2 CQB tactics. @ Carthage, North Carolina

@sigsauerinc #mpx
01/03/2019

@sigsauerinc #mpx

That @brugger_and_thomet #usw life. Repost from @costa_ludus
01/03/2019

That @brugger_and_thomet #usw life. Repost from @costa_ludus

Two Classes will be posted for the Spring of 2019. March and April.
01/02/2019

Two Classes will be posted for the Spring of 2019. March and April.

01/02/2019

This is a new project of mine. A training company that focuses on the use of PDW's.

All our efforts will be directed to bring the best content, best educational courses to you. We will do this by social media and training events.

Getting the rep's in. 1-5 Drill
01/02/2019

Getting the rep's in. 1-5 Drill

Boyette Solutions
01/01/2019

Boyette Solutions

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01/01/2019

Boyette Solutions's cover photo

01/01/2019

That MP5 life!

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Cameron, NC
28326

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Boyette Solutions is a consultant company focused on the education of Personal Defense Weapons (PDW’s). These type of firearms are submachineguns, pistol caliber carbines and braced pistols. Many people own these great firearms and we want to offer a solid source of quality information. Focusing on training, support gear and the use of PDW’s in the context of self defense.

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