Instructor Zero is back with the Texas Protocol (VIDEOS)

Everyone’s favorite Italian paratrooper is back in the saddle with the Houston drill as part of the Texas Protocol.

As part of it, Zero runs through a “simple” two-minute drill decked out in a gas mask to help force oxygen deprivation, induced stress, high BPM, called target selection and footwork into one handy-dandy range session.

The rifle? A handy little Hera Arms 9er carbine with a 10.5-inch barrel and Meprolight 21 dot.

But how would it look with a handgun and without the mask?

Well here you go, complete with Glock17 Gen.4 outfitted with Dead Ringer Hunting SP3 sights

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